Haskell


What is Haskell?

Haskell is a statically-typed functional programming language developed in 1997 by logician Haskell Curry. s a standardized, general-purpose purely functional programming language, it has flexible semantics and strong static typing. Every function in Haskell is a mathematical function(i.e., "pure"). The language contains no statements or instructions, only expressions. However, these expressions cannot mutate variables or access states like time or random numbers.

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