Monthly Archives: January 2014

Comparing two lists in Haskell

A while ago I wrote a blog post titled C# used for comparing two¬†lists. It is high time that I did that in Haskell as well. Now, I plan to do away with file IO in this blog post and … Continue reading

Posted in Development

Elementary study of statement sequence in Haskell

In this blog post, I would like to study how statements are sequenced in Haskell. Actually, in Haskell, if you want to provide a sequence of statements, you would use the do notation, which is syntactic sugar for bind. What … Continue reading

Posted in Development

Trees in Haskell

In this blog post, I would like to talk about trees in Haskell, mostly because I do not like the way trees are presented in various Haskell educational materials. So here are trees in Haskell, presented in a way that … Continue reading

Posted in Development