- Haskell is a functional programming (FP) language.
Haskell is a very "pure" language, being lazy and free of side-effects,
however input-output (IO) and other changes
to the outside world can be made --
The Haskell-98 subset was standardised c1998, but most
compilers and interpreters offer experimental extensions.
- [Programming Examples].
- The Haskell community is active:
- [haskell.org] c2003...
Haskell and libraries,
[H98 Revised Report],
- [hsc2hs], Haskell and C
-- C etc.
- [template-H] &
- ghc latest ...
- [documentation /
- also try .../ghc/docs/6.0/... etc. for old versions