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Concise introduction to Haskell
on 17 January 2011
This book is a very good introduction to Haskell. It is both clear and concise.
The organisation of the book is excellent, from rudimentary basics through to simple examples.
It is hard to fault this book.
Trying to learn Haskell, I think this book together with 'Real World Haskell' by Bryan O'Sullican et al. would be ideal.
In a future version it would be great to see some 'real world' examples within this book.
The best 'first book' on Haskell I've come across. An excellent way to very quickly pick up the basics.