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Exploring ReasonML and Functional Programming

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Exploring ReasonML and Functional Programming
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Publisher: ReasonML Hub
Number of pages: 485

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This book teaches the programming language ReasonML by Facebook. It is also an introduction to functional programming. Especially people familiar with C-style languages (Java, JavaScript, C#, etc.) will profit from ReasonML's familiar syntax.

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