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You have reached the home page of Nicolas Wu. Here you should expect to find a series of posts about programming in Haskell. The code you’ll find on this website is written in literate Haskell, which means you can simply copy and paste what you see and it should compile!
For the curious among you, here’s a convoluted definition of the word zenzike, for which there is more explanation in my initial post:
zenzike :: Integer -> Integer
zenzike = uncurry (*) . (id ▵ id)
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Here's a list of some of the most recent posts:
- The Conditional Choice Operator - 1 August 2011 by Nicolas Wu
- Do The Hokey Cokey - 18 April 2011 by Nicolas Wu
- Injective Representables - 7 April 2011 by Nicolas Wu
- Rho-llercoaster Rides - 16 January 2011 by Nicolas Wu
- Telling Fibs - 16 December 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- From Polymorphism To Polytypism - 10 December 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Comprehensive Monad Notation - 2 December 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Polymorphic Mapping - 11 November 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- A Kind Introduction - 4 November 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Streams and Monad Laws - 21 October 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Highlighting Haskell with SHJS - 14 October 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Windows Without Rodents - 16 September 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- A Tron AI in Haskell - 9 September 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Euler #10 : Prime Summing - 2 September 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Euler #9 : Pythagorean Triplets - 26 August 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Euler #8 : Largest Product - 19 August 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Euler #7 : Benchmarked Primes - 12 August 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Euler #6 : Squares and Sums - 5 August 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Euler #5 : Folding Multiples - 29 July 2010 by Nicolas Wu
- Euler #4 : Producing Palindromes - 22 July 2010 by Nicolas Wu