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* [http://www.randomhacks.net/articles/2007/02/22/bayes-rule-and-drug-tests Using Bayesian filtering instead of 'if' in Haskell] | * [http://www.randomhacks.net/articles/2007/02/22/bayes-rule-and-drug-tests Using Bayesian filtering instead of 'if' in Haskell] | ||

* [http://www.peanutbuttercode.com/?p=14 Counting fibonaccis] | * [http://www.peanutbuttercode.com/?p=14 Counting fibonaccis] | ||

+ | * [http://realfiction.net/?q=node/123 Decision making] | ||

== Particular exercises == | == Particular exercises == |

## Revision as of 05:56, 6 July 2007

## Contents |

## 1 Programming exercises in Haskell

- Diff in Haskell
- Introductory Haskell: Solving the Sorting-It-Out Kata
- The "perfect shuffles" puzzle (solved in Haskell)
- A Simple RPN Calculator in Haskell
- Software Cipher
- Dot matrix printer
- Overlap function in Haskell for rectangles
- Tying Knots Generically
- A quick and dirty theorem prover in Haskell
- Brainf*k interpreter in Haskell
- FourFours in Haskell
- Using Bayesian filtering instead of 'if' in Haskell
- Counting fibonaccis
- Decision making

## 2 Particular exercises

### 2.1 Prime sieves

### 2.2 Supermarket Pricing

### 2.3 The Google Code Jam "countPaths" problem

### 2.4 Secret Santas in Haskell

### 2.5 Run length encoding

### 2.6 The bowling puzzle

- The Bowling Game Kata in Haskell
- Bowling in Haskell