The Haskell Report The Haskell Report / tutorial / free

This report defines the syntax for Haskell programs and an informal abstract semantics for the meaning of such programs. We leave as implementation dependent the ways in which Haskell programs are to be manipulated, interpreted, compiled, etc.
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