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on 3/10/2015 4:33 AM
I just stumbled upon a blog-post where Mittal Patel solved this little puzzle using PHP: 100 people standing in a circle in an order 1 to 100. No. 1 has a sword. He kills next person (i.e. no. 2) and gives sword to next to next (i.e no. 3). All person doe[...]
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on 12/17/2014 8:20 AM
On of my favorite perks of statically typed languagues is making invalid states unrepresentable. So instead of throwing exceptions at runtime, try to use types in such a way that you cannot even get invalid states to even compile. In a sense this is the b[...]
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on 11/24/2014 12:40 AM
This weekend Evelina, Yan an I had the pleasure of speaking at f(by) the first dedicated functional conference in Belarus. It was a short hop by train from Vilnius to Minsk, where we had been attending Build Stuff. Sergey Tihon, of F# Weekly fame, was wai[...]
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on 11/23/2014 10:15 PM
I’m having some FUN with FP101x by Erik Meijer on the edX plattform and watched the lectures on the countdown problem yesterday. Now I think Erik has very strong opinions and I really like this – most of the time – but there he once again told us about hi[...]
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on 11/17/2014 7:40 AM
I recently came upon yet another great little puzzle: 0h h1: The rules are quite simple: you have to fill each cell with either a red or a blue value each row and each column must have the same number … Weiterlesen →
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on 11/4/2014 12:12 AM
Today I stumpled upon a very nice and concise (but quite hard to understand) point-free implementation of Pascals-Triangle in Haskell: let’s first confirm that this really works (…magic): Seems to work. But how … Of course I know how to … Weiterlesen →
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on 10/7/2014 11:39 PM
How hard is it to get started in functional programming? Let’s have a look at how quickly you can get started on a selection of simple expression-oriented programming languages. Today let’s try Clojure, Elm, F#, Haskell and OCaml. Online REPL No insta[...]
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on 9/29/2014 8:20 AM
I find it kindof fun to play with lambda calculus from time to time. Recently I had another go at the church numerals and the goal of my little kata was get a nice type-representation for them: Have something lie … Weiterlesen →
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on 8/25/2014 1:27 PM
Following on from VB.Net’s new basic pattern matching support, the C# team has recently put forward a proposal for record types and pattern matching in C# which was posted in the Roslyn discussion area on CodePlex: Pattern matching extensions for C# e[...]
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on 8/2/2014 11:22 AM
Last month Grant Crofton popped down from Leeds to the F#unctional Londoners meetup at Skills Matter to run a fun hands on code golf session. The idea of code golf is to implement a specific algorithm in the fewest possible characters. This is not the kin[...]
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