Haskell Companion


Most common concepts and definitions of functional language Haskell

Jan Skibinski, Numeric Quest Inc.,

This document assumes Netscape frames, but if you cannot use them or hate them then you can still read it by using "back button". This method is, however, not recommended. Two frame layouts are supported:


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You can load the keywords now -- using one of the three presentation methods:

  1. One window, two frames
  2. Two named windows
  3. No frames, one window
or just read the introduction page.

Keywords can be either organized logically (tutorial-wise), alphabetically (glossary) or in side-by-side logical-alphabetical fashion. But this can be changed any time during the viewing. The default is the logical organization.


Related page on this site: Collection of Haskell modules