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Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , S. Thompson and others published Haskell—The Craft of Functional Programming. Programming (3rd Edition). (International Computer Science. Series). PDF. Page 2. Introducing functional programming in the Haskell language, this book is. J. Functional Programming 8 (6): –, November Printed in Haskell: The Craft of Functional Programming by Simon Thompson, Addison-. Wesley.
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Simon Thompson: The Craft of Functional programming. A more basic book with a slower pace but still covering most of the material in the course. I recommend the 3rd edition which has some coverage of quickCheck a testing approach used extensively in the course.
Also available at the Chalmers bookstore. Real World Haskell Also available online.
This is more advanced and more oriented towards practical Haskell programming. A good book to have on the shelf if you continue with Haskell. This is the course book for the Advanced Functional Programming course. All kinds of questions and answers on the content of the course are welcome.