First of all you need remember that it is book for beginners, so, IMO author would prefer
I do not have many experience with haskell, but I'm programming for more then 10 yearsI have read book being discussed (Graham Hutton) and I would like to say just a couple words about it.
and I'm spending almost all my free time to learn FP during last 1.5 years.
to use "possible easy to understand" way instead of "most type safe" or "most canonical".
And this is good for beginners because otherwise details take too many time with
unreasanable low results.
Hutton's style is very understandable. No even one needless detail over all the book.
Code looks to me simple, concise and very clean. Despite it looks not safe
sometimes, it is always perfectly reasonable. I want to say I would be happy
if I were to write such code in production.
When one has his own experience in haskell, she or he will be able to choose his own style.
But for beginners I would surely recommend to follow Hutton's style.
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