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Sun Mar 10 14:05:19 EDT 2013

Tension between functional (e.g. Haskell) and function-level (FP) programming

The thing is: higher order functions are replaced by operators.
Operators are special.

The question is: is this good or bad?
Good for what, bad for what?

Good: keeps the algebra simple
Bad: seems to need more ad-hoc structure

Does the ad-hoc structure keep the algebra simple?
I.e. structure that is not too powerful to escape into turing-completeness?




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