|Practicality of functional and logic languages? email@example.com (Mirek Benes) (1993-01-11)|
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|From:||Mirek Benes <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Mon, 11 Jan 1993 06:33:16 GMT|
I would like to know some opinions concerning functional and logic
programming languages (Haskell, Miranda, ML / Prolog) and their practical
usability for programming:
* Are they (1) toys for playful programmers, (2) something usable only
at universities for never-ending research, or (3) important means for
development of usable software products?
* Are there any (comercially?) successful applications written in functional
or logic languages?
* How effective these applications are comparing with applications
written in classic procedural languages like Pascal?
I want to start courses of these programming styles at the university,
so any opinions on the subject will clear up my situation.
Technical University of Brno E-mail: email@example.com
Faculty of Electrical Engineering Phone: +42-5-746111 / 238
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Bozetechova 2, CS-612 66 Brno FAX: +42-5-750252
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