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2.5 Refining the design
2.6 Was Haskell a joke?
3.1 Haskell is lazy
3.2 Haskell is pure
3.3 Haskell has type classes
3.4 Haskell has no formal semantics
3.5 Haskell is a committee language
3.6 Haskell is a big language
3.7 Haskell and Haskell 98
3.8 Haskell and Miranda
4.1 Layout
4.2 Functions and function application
4.3 Namespaces and keywords
4.4 Declaration style vs. expression style
4.5 List comprehensions
4.6 Comments
5.1 Algebraic types
5.2 Pattern matching
5.3 Abstract types
5.4 Tuples and irrefutable patterns
5.5 Newtype
5.6 Records
5.7 n+k patterns
5.8 Views
6.1 Type classes
6.2 The monomorphism restriction
6.3 Ambiguity and type defaulting
6.4 Higher-kinded polymorphism
6.5 Multi-parameter type classes
6.6 Functional dependencies
6.7 Beyond type classes
6.8 Summary
7.1 Streams and continuations
7.2 Monads
7.3 Monadic I/O
7.4 Subsequent developments
8.1 The Foreign Function Interface
8.2.1 Hierarchical module names
8.2.2 Packaging and distribution
8.2.3 Summary
8.3 Libraries
9.1 The Glasgow Haskell Compiler
9.2 hbc
9.3 Gofer and Hugs9
9.4 nhc
9.5 Yale Haskell
9.6 Other Haskell compilers
9.7 Programming Environments
10.1 Time profiling
10.2 Space profiling
10.3 Controlling evaluation order
10.4.1 Algorithmic debugging
10.4.2 Debugging via redex trails
10.4.3 Observational debugging
10.5 Testing tools
11.1.1 Parser combinators
11.1.2 Other combinator libraries
11.2.1 Functional Reactive Programming
11.2.2 XML and web-scripting languages
11.2.3 Hardware design languages
11.2.4 Computer music
11.2.5 Summary
11.3 Graphical user interfaces
11.4 Operating Systems
11.5 Natural language processing13
12.1.1 A survey of Haskell in higher education
12.2 Haskell and software productivity
12.3 Open source: Darcs and Pugs
12.4.1 Galois Connections15
12.4.2 Bluespec16
12.4.3 Aetion17
12.4.4 Linspire18
12.5 The Haskell community
12.6 Influence on other languages
12.7 Current developments
13. Conclusion
14. Acknowledgements
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