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Haskell exercises #562

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etrepum commented Aug 19, 2013

Here's a start for Haskell, I ported the first five clojure exercises. I think I got all of the frontend/backend support too, but I didn't test that extensively (not a huge ruby or node user).

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rubysolo commented Aug 19, 2013

💯 👍

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kytrinyx commented Aug 19, 2013

@etrepum - If I add this I'm going to need someone to be the boss of Haskel. Want the job?

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kytrinyx commented Aug 19, 2013

(also: ZOMG AWESOME)

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etrepum commented Aug 19, 2013

Sure

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mwotton commented on 2e39105 Sep 10, 2013

not much of a fan of the types on this one - calling error for invalid output seems like a sledgehammer to squash an ant, and pretty unhaskelly.

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etrepum replied Sep 10, 2013

This is the only exercise where error is required, it's a direct port of the behavior from clojure.

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mwotton replied Sep 10, 2013

fair enough, i'll stop whinging then :)

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