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Showing posts from August, 2009

### Playing with lambda elimination and point-free style

It was a long time since I've last played with Haskell, so I decided to do a bit of lambda elimination as an exercise. let f=(\x y->x++y);g=(\x y z->x++y++z)in f(g "1""2""3")"4" let f=(++);g=(f.).f in f(g "1""2""3")"4" let f=(++);g=(f.).f in (f(g "1""2""3"))"4" let f=(++);g=(f.).f in (f.(g "1""2"))"3""4" let f=(++);g=(f.).f in (f.((g "1")"2"))"3""4" let f=(++);g=(f.).f in ((f.).(g "1"))"2""3""4" let f=(++);g=(f.).f in ((f.).g "1")"2""3""4" let f=(++);g=(f.).f in (((f.).).g)"1""2""3""4" let f=(++);g=(f.).f;h=((f.).).g in h"1""2""3""4" let f=(++);h=((f.).).(f.).f in h"1""2""3""4" let

### Splitting this blog by categories?

I am considering a split in the long term if that would improve user experience. What I still need to figure out is what to do with multidisciplinary articles.

### I plan to use summaries and shorter posts

I have been thinking about the previous recommendation of a friend of mine, and it does sound reasonable to expect to read about as narrow subject as possible in a single post. The problem is that it happens to me often that I mix in articles of mine between average blog posts. I think it would be a much better choice to build professional articles for my website in the said topics that could contain figures, statistics, research, references, reviews and comparisons, while I would only post short summaries of the said articles here.