Functional Programming in Qi
by Mark Tarver
Publisher: Upfront Publishing 2008
Number of pages: 440
The book is both a comprehensive introduction to Qi and to functional programming. The first half of the book covers foundational material and is suitable for an undergraduate introduction to functional programming. The second half of the book explores the theoretical foundations of Qi.
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