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Haskell 98 language and libraries : the revised report

@inproceedings{Jones2003Haskell9L,
  title={Haskell 98 language and libraries : the revised report},
  author={P. Jones and Lindsey Simon},
  year={2003}
}
Part I. The Haskell 98 Language: 1 Introduction 2 Lexical structure 3 Expressions 4 Declarations and bindings 5 Modules 6 Predefined types and classes 7 Basic input/output 8 Standard prelude 9 Syntax reference 10 Specification of derived instances 11 Compiler pragmas Part II The Haskell 98 Libraries: 12 Rational numbers 13 Complex numbers 14 Numeric functions 15 Indexing operations 16 Arrays 17 List utilities 18 Maybe utilities 19 Character utilities 20 Monad utilities 21 Input/output 22… 
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