|How does Haskell ...? email@example.com (Another anonymous coward) (2015-03-06)|
|From:||Another anonymous coward <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Fri, 6 Mar 2015 10:06:41 +0000 (UTC)|
|Posted-Date:||06 Mar 2015 16:11:25 EST|
In the decades that PASCAL was popular, I built recursive descent
compilers, for P-code interpreters.
For explaining my <Haskell query>, my present knowlegde could compile:
LHS := Char(Mod(64,Randon(date) + Max(1,-3))
I just sucked that out of my finger, as an example of an expression.
Are <horn clauses - from Prolog> relevant ?
It's very annoying to repeatedly read that <Haskell finds the sequence
of statements needed to provide the answer>.
It reminds me of the smart-arses who followed the herd during the economic
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