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I would say this tutorial is an excellent one to read through when you are first learning Haskell, and then return to it later when you have a better understanding of the language. Some important concepts are glazed over, and you will almost certainly not understand what is going on the first time you read the tutorial.

Once you are comfortable with Haskell the code makes much more sense and is a great starting point for writing an interpreter of your own.




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