Chapter 1 explained that a functional language like Haskell is characterized by its profuse use of functions as parameters or return values. However, Chapter 2 didn’t mention anything about this topic. I’ll rectify that here. In this chapter, you will focus on not one but three ways in which Haskell allows for a great amount of reuse.
Data Type Pattern Match List Comprehension Universal Property Type Parameter
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