Last updated on 2016-05-15
About the Book
This book is very different from usual programming books. It is written in the form of a dialog in which all the questions and answers focus on the next learning step, allowing for the reader to take all the time needed to understand a Haskell construct and to try it before going further. The reader's knowledge of the programming language is thus based on practice, through the use of examples rather than abstract explanations.
1 We have a problem
2 Haskell Tools
3 Simple Values
4 Drawing Cards from Strings
5 Sorting & Grouping
6 Categories of Hands
7 Comparing Hands
8 Special cases
9 Testing the Rankings
10 How to find a good hand
11 Printing the scores
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