From: Andrei Alexandrescu (andrewalex_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-11-28 15:24:13
> * Is it better to spend time studying Haskell, ML, or Scheme? Which
> is closer in spirit to template metaprogramming? That is, which book
> will pay higher dividends for compile time C++ idioms: Haskell: The
> Craft of Functional Programming, ML for the Working Programmer, or
> Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programming? Perhaps
> Peyton-Jones's book or another would be most useful.
I found SICP extraordinarily inspirational. ML for the Working Programmer is
very good as well. Haven't read the Haskell book you mention. By the way, I
don't like most of the freely available Haskell documentation.
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