[erlang-questions] "Design patterns" for functional languages?
Kevin A. Smith
Tue Aug 5 21:42:32 CEST 2008
I'd put some money down on "Effective Erlang", if anyone ever got
around to writing that :)
On Aug 5, 2008, at 12:55 PM, Matt Kangas wrote:
> I see Hynek has already suggested SICP. Another, possibly gentler,
> book that you may find helpful: "The Little Schemer". Some time ago I
> rewrote most of the book's code in Erlang as a learning exercise:
> Code: http://p16blog.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/learning_erlang/little.erl
> I'm still kicking around the idea of fleshing this out into something
> book-like, but have been too busy otherwise. If you find this code
> useful or have suggestions for improving it, please let me know!
> On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 4:15 AM, David Mitchell <monch1962@REDACTED>
>> G'day all,
>> I'm looking for a good source of "design patterns" information for
>> functional languages: Erlang in particular, but also applicable to
>> OCaml. While I've written a smallish bunch of Erlang apps now and
>> have gone reasonably well, I'm stuck with the feeling that I'm
>> reinventing some wheels in a less-than-optimal fashion.
>> Google shows up a bunch of sites containing functional design
>> out there, but the ones I've examined don't seem to be particularly
>> ... how can I put this? ... well thought out.
>> Does anyone have a good reference for functional design pattern info,
>> that's both well explained and covers a useful subset of real-life
>> cases? I guess I'm looking for the functional equivalent of the Gang
>> of Four "Design Patterns" book, but focusing on functional languages
>> and preferably free.
>> David Mitchell
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