Interactive Programs

Course subject(s) Module 08. Interactive Programs

In this lecture we show that Haskell is the world’s best imperative programming language. We start by explaining what imperative programs are and how they can be naturally viewed as side-effecting functions. We define a few basic imperative functions and some higher-order functions to combine them. We conclude by developing a simple game.

Jam Session

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