Saturday, May 27, 2006

Reasoned Schemer Short overview

Fans of prolog and other logical programming languages will not be disappointed in this new book that just came. It deals with the extension of functional programming to include logic programming. It is presented in a dialogue manner that is easy to understand for beginners and advanced people. Reading the little or seasoned schemer books helps but is not required. All you need to know is functions can be passed as arguments to other functions and the syntax for let . The book is intended for beginners in logic programming and no prerequisites are needed. I highly recommend this book.

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