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I've always wanted to dive into these guys. Is there a good introduction for fluent Haskell programmers somewhere?

I haven't done anything in Haskell, but I doubt that makes much of a difference.

Maybe more inspiration than introduction, but the "Game of Life in APL" video is a must see (http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=a9xAKttWgP4&fmt=18)

The description on YouTube points to a "Game of Life" tutorial at http://tryapl.org. I haven't tried it, but it looks nice.

For a more academic (as in "read about, don't play with") introduction, I found Iverson's "Notation as a Tool of Thought" (http://awards.acm.org/images/awards/140/articles/9147499.pdf) a good introduction.

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