Learn Functional Programming in Haskell

Learn Functional Programming in Haskell

Learn Functional Programming in Haskell

Learn Functional Programming in Haskell


Haskell is a purely functional programming language. In imperative languages you get things done by giving the computer a sequence of tasks and then it executes them. While executing them, it can change state. For instance, you set variable a to 5 and then do some stuff and then set it to something else.

  • Write functions using recursion.
  • Work with higher order functions.
  • Write functions on lists.
  • Create custom data types.
  • Handle IO operations.

Functional programming is a problem-solving paradigm that differs drastically from the imperative programming style of languages like C++ or Java. 

While functional programming principles have invaded most modern programming languages to some degree, there is no language that embraces this paradigm quite as Haskell does. 

As a result, Haskell code can reach a level of expressiveness, safety, and elegance that is difficult to achieve in other programming languages.

This course will introduce you to the core concepts of functional programming in Haskell. 

You will learn how to write pure functions using techniques such as pattern matching and recursion, and how to work with Haskell's powerful List data type. 

You will understand the basics of Haskell's powerful type system and define your own data types. Finally, you’ll learn how to perform IO operations the Haskell way. 

By the end of this course, you’ll have a new paradigm to add under your belt and you can start using functional programming in your own projects.

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