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For questions relating to teaching the functional programming paradigm. A few examples of languages which support this paradigm are Haskell, Scheme, Lisp, Racket, OCaml, Clojure, ML, and Erlang.

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As I read your post, I see your question as simply this: where might I find a thorough comparison between the two [OOP and FP], which can explain which should be used for some kinds of tasks\pro …
answered Aug 9 '17 by Peter
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I learned Racket using the material taught by the UW MOOC on Coursera Programming Languages, Part B, which is modeled after this UW course. Here are the relevant helpful documents, which do provide a …
answered Jun 3 '17 by Peter
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I undertook this study myself about a year ago. I started working through the Programming Languages MOOCs on Coursera (Part A Part B Part C), which are based on a UW course of the same name. I didn't …
answered Jul 17 '17 by Peter