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The Haskell programming language was designed by committee in 1990. Haskell has similar features to Scheme, only more extreme. It is a pure functional language, so there are never any side effects. It features lazy evaluation, which basically means that every function is a special form. And it has types too - of course you can also use types as arguments and create them on the fly, etc. It's a programming language for programming language lovers.
Save your program in a file called
Be sure to include a
I will test your code in the same environment as the lab
machines in MI 316, using the commands
ghc --make proj.hs -o proj ./proj
For this language, you need to implement modifications A, B, C, D, and G. See the Phase 1 page for details on what this means.
See the Phase 2 Page for the list of suggested
problems. Of the ones listed, I recommend the following as being most
well-suited for Haskell: