Last updated on 9th May 2017
School of Computer Science
University of Nottingham
The aim of this part of the programming paradigms module is to teach the basic principles of the functional approach to programming, using the modern functional language Haskell. There are four timetabled sessions for the module each week, detailed below. Which of these will be used for functional programming will be announced at the start of the module.
If your are taking the module during 2016/17, please read the exam guide carefully, as it contains important information and past papers to help you with your revision.
Make sure to use the second edition (blue cover, 2016), as the original edition (yellow cover, 2007) is out-of-date.