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Hello again. I browse through the code snippits section every so often, so I'm aware it's got an impressive collection of language catagories. However, something I think would benefit this section is the inclusion of a Haskell catagory. I've started learning this language recently (when I get time), so I would hopefully be able to contribute the odd snippit soon. Alternatively, perhaps there could be a catagory for pure functional languages (Scheme, Haskell, etc) that brings together snippits from these languages, as they are not very popular on their own. What do you think Dani?

Steven.

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If you want a haskell section, submit a code snippet with 'haskell' as the syntax language and whallah ... a haskell section :)

Languages are also classified according to type. For example, you'll notice the sidebar of our Web Development category has a listing of all of the web development languages:

http://www.daniweb.com/techtalkforums/forum31.html

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Wow, I didn't realise this site was so....well, advanced :) . Catagories that create themselves hey? Still, it might be a while before one appears. So far my best Haskell program multiplies a list of numbers by 2 and prints them :-| . Not so advanced. Thanks Dani.

Steven.

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If you want a haskell section, submit a code snippet with 'haskell' as the syntax language and whallah ... a haskell section :)

FYI, it's voila! It's French ;)
Wallah isn't quite right...

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