[erlang-questions] object oriented programmingand design pattern

wde <>
Wed Nov 5 12:34:59 CET 2008


Thank you for your responses,

I found an interesting document about design pattern and erlang :

http://osmirrors.cerias.purdue.edu/pub/FreeBSD/ports/local-distfiles/olgeni/master_thesis_patterns.pdf



  
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>Boris Shomodjvarac wrote:
>> Dan Rubino wrote:
>>> Hi ,
>>>
>>> I would recommend the Joe Armstrong book for learning Erlang and an
>>> introduction to OTP.
>>>
>>> As far as implementing OO in FP I think what you are after is an
>>> understanding of functional data structures. For that I recommend Chris
>>> Okasaki's book "Purely functional data structures" - alot of it is lazy
>>> however so doesnt apply to Erlang, interesting none the less.
>> 
>> I'm trying to reed that book but examples are in ML and Haskell, so
>> right now I'm reading The Little MLer in order to understand Chris book.
>> Does anyone have any examples from that book written in Erlang?
>> 
>
>http://learnyouahaskell.com/
>
>This is Haskell for children (with pictures). The first few chapters
>are just enough to understand the syntax.
>
>
>-- 
>Lev Walkin
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wde

05/11/2008



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