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  • ...s you to write graphical applications where the front-end is written in Qt Quick's QML language (incorporating JavaScript) and the back-end is written in Ha
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  • == Quick reference ==
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  • Begin with the naive translation of the Clean entry (which was fairly quick):
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  • WinHugs is only available on Windows. If you are a Windows user who wants a quick haskell environment to test out your ideas and programs, then WinHugs may c
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  • *[[Humor/How quick can you write a ISI paper with Haskell or without it ?]]
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  • Haskell in Depth is the perfect second book on Haskell. After a quick refresher on Haskell basics, this hands-on guide dives into examples and ap ...professionals. Most chapters include exercises, ranging in difficulty from quick comprehension checks to challenging extensions, many with solutions.
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  • <Pseudonym> Quick, type control-C before you run out of bits!
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  • A quick comment about speed: it's fast enough -- 10-50 MB/s (depending
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  • == The fame of Quick Check == printer using Quick Check. So, she asked me whether it is possible to
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  • ...m. It is designed to be powerful and above all stable, as well as having a quick learning curve.
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  • ** [[/Quick start/]]
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  • A quick introduction to QuickCheck2, and testing Haskell code.
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  • completes in a fairly quick 0.2s. Still, we can do better.
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  • ...HuwCampbell/grenade grenade] is a dependently typed, practical, and pretty quick neural network library for concise and precise specifications of complex ne
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  • ...placed for easy browsing of the different modules of the project, and for quick access to the source code.
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  • A super quick attempt at a smallest solution, based on the
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  • ''(This page is intended as a quick introduction to how IO is treated in Haskell. It doesn't describe everythin
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  • ...l RTS is just not prepared for such an event. However, unsafe calls are as quick as calls in C world. It's ideal for "momentary" calls that quickly return b
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  • * [http://vandreev.wordpress.com/2006/12/24/quick-and-dirty-theorem-prover/ Quick and Dirty Theorem Prover]
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  • ...alks that may grow into functional pearls. Open session, anyone can give a quick talk!
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  • ...separate terminal, and using :r to reload, but :e can still be useful for quick edits from within GHCi.
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  • ...ing (subtly) that this list head is somehow different from a normal list. Quick inspection demonstrates that <code>p</code> is guaranteed to be a prime num ...gnored, modified and/or abused in ''any'' given piece of Haskell code. (A quick look at the Standard Prelude as provided in the Haskell 98 Report should be
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  • replace "the" "a" "the quick brown fox jumped over the lazy black dog" "a quick brown fox jumped over a lazy black dog"
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  • ...also a simple way to get the same functionality in the ST Monad. Here's a quick module to construct infinite supplies of unique values in the ST monad:
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  • A quick introduction to QuickCheck, and testing Haskell code. See [[Introduction_to ...0 Paper [http://www.eecs.northwestern.edu/~robby/courses/395-495-2009-fall/quick.pdf QuickCheck: A Lightweight Tool for Random Testing of Haskell Programs],
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  • ...are discipline and stomp around in the muddy world of spaghetti code for a quick vacation.
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  • :Iavor Diatchki's library of monad transformers for Haskell. It enables the quick construction of monads --- abstract data types that capture common programm
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  • <code>build.mk</code>, and then uncommented <code>BuildFlavour = quick-cross</code>. Next
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  • $ runhaskell A.hs the quick brown fox quick
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  • ...the compiler suggests to use a language extension to resolve that. It is a quick fix to solve the problem by enabling the extension, but if you do not under
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  • [http://archive.fo/92wW2 released] a library of bindings to Quick DBM, a database module similar to GDBM, Berkeley-DB, optimized for performa platforms, together with an interactive system for convenient, quick
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  • monadic <hask>do</hask>-block. Here's some quick examples:
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  • ...too early! And remember that the objective is a clean solution, not just a quick-and-dirty hack!
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  • ...too early! And remember that the objective is a clean solution, not just a quick-and-dirty hack!
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  • Doc1=The quick brown fox Doc3=Cut him to the quick
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  • > let docs = [("Doc1", "The quick brown fox") ,("Doc3", "Cut him to the quick")]
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  • quick :: [Integer] -> [Integer] quick [] = []
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  • === You just want a quick start === #* [[Introduction to IO]] - a quick overview
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  • * To develop an unsafe interface layer for quick access to Javascript objects with ability to wrap arbitrary Javascript code
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  • The quick way to see what's missing is to get the darcs repository, change into that
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  • :This is a quick sketch of what might be a basis of a real Tensor module.
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  • ...eneration is so fast that it is very much feasible and even preferable for quick generation of some short spans of relatively big primes.
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  • ...explicit type declarations. Those who are for the restriction are usually quick to point out that including explicit type declarations is good programming
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  • Should be pretty quick.
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  • === A quick start with wxHaskell === [[Category:wxHaskell|Quick start]]
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  • This code was taken from [[WxHaskell/Quick_start | "a quick start with wxHaskell"]].
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  • * [http://vandreev.wordpress.com/2006/12/24/quick-and-dirty-theorem-prover/ A quick and dirty theorem prover in Haskell]
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  • .../cgi.cse.unsw.edu.au/~dons/blog/2006/12/11#interpreters-with-reader-monads Quick interpreters with the Reader monad]
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  • :* Quick fixes on common errors and import management .../~ndm/hlint/ HLint]: gives you HLint warning on building and allows you to quick fix them
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  • Another elegant, quick solution, based on some background mathematics as in comments:
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  • ...parametrize your package, skip to [[#How to use a signature package]]; the quick start won't help you.
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  • -- A quick parser for the equations in use. I didn't bother trying to cover all
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  • And, a quick check shows that 'bf t2' yields: p2 <- provideString "The quick" p1
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  • First, a quick overview of the necessary imports and compiler declarations:
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  • ...e module declaration, along with any extra comments included there). Some quick notes about Haddock documentation format: ...s that aren't necessarily even finished yet. The following bash alias is a quick and dirty way to build html documentation in a draft document directory for
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  • We can then do quick lookups:
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  • ==Quick Introductions to Haskell==
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  • ...seemed like an ideal use of the famed ByteString library, so I hacked up a quick solution. It uses lazy chunked input for hopefully cache-efficient processi
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  • ...there's plenty of room for improvement in the parsing, this is fine for a quick and dirty display of normal or additionalKeys style bindings. It obviously ==== Quick and dirty OnScreen helper ====
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  • ...some of the available resources. Experienced programmers looking for some quick code examples may be interested in their [http://acm.wustl.edu/functional/h :A quick comparison between ruby's and haskell's BDD.
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  • A quick way to work around this is to
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  • .../path/to/emacsclient-starter org-protocol:/remember:/t/foo/" -- for adding quick reminders to your agenda
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  • ...variety of platforms, together with an interactive system for convenient, quick development. The distribution includes space and time profiling facilities
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  • ...tes) talk! Feel free to turn up with 2 slides (pdf, usb stick!) and give a quick talk on what you're up to or thinking about. We will organise this further
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  • For quick reference, we repeat the type signatures of the most important library func
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  • On the other hand, it is very good for quick implementation
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  • * While no work is planned, if someone were looking for a quick project then they could move this package over to the 'time' packages and e
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  • ...s OpenGl, so if you already know OpenGl, getting up to speed with GPipe is quick!
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  • === Quick start === See the platform specific quick starts for more details:
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  • ; [[WxHaskell/Quickstart|Quick start]]
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  • * read carefully [[WxHaskell/Quick start | Quick start]] - it contains more information than you think
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  • Very quick attempt:
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  • ==. How quick can you write a ISI paper with Haskell ? == ==. How quick can you write a ISI paper without Haskell ? ==
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  • A quick hack would be to define <hask>many</hask> using a <hask>force</hask> functi
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  • -- Quick implementation by dmwit on #haskell
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  • ==. How quick can you write an ISI paper with Haskell ? == ==. How quick can you write an ISI paper without Haskell ? ==
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  • ==. How quick can you write an ISI paper with Haskell ? == ==. How quick can you write an ISI paper without Haskell ? ==
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  • ...tatus bar configuration. Similar <hask>dzen</hask> and <hask>xmobar</hask> quick bar functions have changed type for easier composition with other XConfig m
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  • ...I cluttering. Last but not least, the following flags could be helpful for quick search specyfications: windows, linux, osx, hackage, package:NameOfPackage,
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  • ** [[/Quick start/]]
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  • [[Category:wxHaskell|Quick start]]
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  • ...alks that may grow into functional pearls. Open session, anyone can give a quick talk!
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  • ...t.) There are other, much better ways to handle I/O errors, but this is a quick and dirty way that may work for simple, one-off programs, such as expressio
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  • ...can be "added" by using <hask>mappend</hask> (and <hask>mempty</hask> is a quick way to get black). However, like spotlights, adding colours makes more int
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  • .../www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~dons/blog/2006/12/11#interpreters-with-reader-monads Quick interpreters with the Reader monad]
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  • = Quick Tour = Here is a quick overview to get you started.
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  • ...ing-fizzbuzz-to-find-developers-who-grok-coding/ this] so I came up with a quick solution in Haskell.
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  • Just found this paper and had a quick look. You should probably compare your algorithm with ''Algorithm-P'' descr I just took a quick look at the references section:
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  • ...alks that may grow into functional pearls. Open session, anyone can give a quick talk!
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  • ...numbers of the form 6k +/- 1 up to the square root. And according to some quick tests (nothing extensive) this version can run a bit faster in some cases,
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  • ...for rapid development: This toolbox provides everything you need to get a quick start into web hacking with haskell: routing, middleware, json, blaze, sess
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  • ...y Ruby's Sinatra. It provides a full toolbox including everything to get a quick start into web programming using Haskell.
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  • == Quick start ==
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  • = Quick Tour = This is a quick start guide for the package. For further information, consult:
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  • , title =? "Quick Alarm" -?> doF W.shiftMaster <+> doFloat
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  • ...ally, it will remain defined in memory, making reading further values very quick. Try this with Hugs or GHCi and you see'll what I mean. ...beginning. Likewise, Haskell makes writing trivial functions like that so quick that they can generally be ignored while thinking about the larger picture.
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  • We have extended the GHC tool chain accordingly and are now able to give quick and accurate program profiles, complete with source code references. Our ta
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  • '''Quick links: [[DHD_UHac/Local|Local Information]] | [[DHD_UHac/Projects|UHac Proj
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  • ...tting too clunky (that <tt>apply</tt> function is really just ugly). For a quick peek ahead the last few examples would be something like this in reactive-b
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  • ...me progresses. After about two hours of coding, we'll re-group and do some quick reviews of the solutions people came up with and discuss the challenges and
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  • Some things are simple additions and should be quick, others are more involved and would probably work out better with more than
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  • ...is to bring beginners in contact with experts so that the former can get a quick start in the Haskell community. We will have a dedicated beginners' track,
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  • ...is to bring beginners in contact with experts so that the former can get a quick start in the Haskell community.
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  • ...is to bring beginners in contact with experts so that the former can get a quick start in the Haskell community. We will have a dedicated beginners' track,
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  • ...is to bring beginners in contact with experts so that the former can get a quick start in the Haskell community. We will have a dedicated beginners' track,
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  • ''Description:'' A quick experiment to implement OO methods in Haskell. You can follow the progressi
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