So, Pam Corkery had a go at Brooke Sabin. And didn’t we all find it amusing? Course we did. It was amusing.
But it was also something else: it was the words that a lot of us have been thinking. 515 more words
I just finished reading Dirty Politics. What can you say?
Regardless of the outcome of this situation, I personally feel somewhat relieved and grateful that Nicky Hagar has uncovered the answers to a few questions, even if while doing so he has shone a light on a lot more questions. 1,048 more words
Today I’ll be doing things a bit differently. Since exercise 3 and 4 are quite trivial, and because the Haskell implementation will differ significantly from the C solution, I’m going to break them up into separate posts. 720 more words
Among the first thing any prospective Haskeller learns is that “Haskell doesn’t have loops.” You know what I say to that?
While it’s true that loops are not a primitive control structure in Haskell like they are in imperative languages, that doesn’t mean we can’t add them. 923 more words