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Functional Programming For Dummies

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Using functional programming techniques can make you incredibly efficient when solving certain problems or when you need to make full use of multiprocessing techniques to ensure that you get maximum benefit from each processor (or core).
The functional programming paradigm supports the concept of pure languages (such as Haskell, which uses only functional techniques) and impure languages (such as Python, which actually supports multiple programming paradigms). In addition, functional programming has a strong math basis: every line of code is actually an expression, not a procedure, as in many other paradigms.
Functional Programming for Dummies explores the differences between the pure and impure approaches to functional programming to give you an all-in-one approach to a coding methodology that can otherwise be hard to grasp.
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Lang: ENG
Type: eGuide Length: 323 pages

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