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* The list definition I gave actually ''can'' be used to define infinite lists; I give an example.
 
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=== Notes @ 2009-05-27T08:44:10 ===
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We've gotten part of the way along with our <code>LOLWUT</code>
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[http://github.com/jsnx/haschool/tree/70a492f963b0bd5286ed6abb0df5aafcf4f91da2/Noisebridge/Session%2001/2009-05-26T01:00Z/lolwutd]
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server. Next week, we'll cover command line option parsing and running
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On Tuesdays at 18:00 Pacific Time, we have a class on the Haskell programming language.



Instructor's Notes[edit]

Remarks from Jason Dusek. All times are in UTC.


Notes @ 2009-05-13T04:06:13[edit]

I have uploaded source code that covers some the material we touched on in class.

http://github.com/jsnx/haschool/tree/master/2009-05-13T04:06:13

  • There is no fromRational in Haskell because there's floor, ceiling and round.
  • The list definition I gave actually can be used to define infinite lists; I give an example.


Notes @ 2009-05-27T08:44:10[edit]

We've gotten part of the way along with our LOLWUT [1] server. Next week, we'll cover command line option parsing and running the server from the command line.