Lecture by Sasha Rush for the Programming Paradigms (CS107) course in the Stanford University Computer Science department. Sasha lectures on the Haskell programming language, providing several code examples while comparing it to other common programming languages.
Programming Paradigms (CS107) introduces several programming languages, including C, Assembly, C++, Concurrent Programming, Scheme, and Python. The class aims to teach students how to write code for each of these individual languages and to understand the programming paradigms behind these languages.
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