On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 4:34 PM, Jared <tri...@gmail.com> wrote:I think stateful things are too hard to do in Haskell, and they are an
> I am curious; for the people with Haskell experience why did you
> decide to use Clojure? I am asking this because Haskell and Clojure
> seem to solve similar types of problems. When would you want to use
> Haskell instead of Clojure and visa-versa?
important part of most real-world programs. Clojure's blend of
persistent data structures with a variety of reference-type objects
that can contain them feels much more pragmatic to me. Also, I'm just
happier working in a dynamically-typed language.
As a side note, years ago, I wanted to write something in Haskell that
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