- Why are anonymous functions (in the mathematical sense) a useful thing? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lambda_calculus#Motivation 40 comments compsci
- Does Haskell have Eta Conversion? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lambda_calculus#.CE.B7-conversion 23 comments haskell
- Hey, Proggit, the Wikipedia page for Lambda Calculus is tagged as "in need of an expert". Seems like a topic that a lot of folks would feel strongly about. How about we try to fix it up a bit? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/lambda_calculus 40 comments programming
Linking pages
- John Carmack on Functional Programming in C++ http://sevangelatos.com/john-carmack-on/ 607 comments
- functional-programming-jargon/readme.md at master · hemanth/functional-programming-jargon · GitHub https://github.com/hemanth/functional-programming-jargon 420 comments
- Surprisingly Turing-Complete · Gwern.net https://www.gwern.net/Turing-complete 303 comments
- Category Theory for the Working Hacker https://www.infoq.com/presentations/category-theory-propositions-principle 159 comments
- The 35 Words You Need to Python | yawpitchroll https://yawpitchroll.com/posts/the-35-words-you-need-to-python/ 159 comments
- Between two Lisps http://ane.github.io/2020/10/05/between-two-lisps.html 136 comments
- Guido was right, there should be no lambda in Python. - Paul Brown https://pbrown.me/blog/vslambda/ 130 comments
- GitHub - hemanth/functional-programming-jargon: Jargon from the functional programming world in simple terms! http://git.io/fp-jargons 130 comments
- The mythology of programming language ideas - Tomas Petricek http://tomasp.net/blog/2017/programming-mythology/ 122 comments
- What Computers Cannot Do: The Consequences of Turing-Completeness | Yzena, LLC https://yzena.com/2024/03/what-computers-cannot-do-the-consequences-of-turing-completeness/ 119 comments
- Can you create recursion using only anonymous functions? | by Zaven Nahapetyan | Medium https://medium.com/@zaven/can-you-create-recursion-using-only-anonymous-functions-8b9481938410#.7p458ovsy 111 comments
- Clojure from the ground up: welcome http://aphyr.com/posts/301-clojure-from-the-ground-up-welcome 105 comments
- Don’t Be Scared Of Functional Programming — Smashing Magazine http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2014/07/02/dont-be-scared-of-functional-programming/ 98 comments
- plunder-and-urbit.md · GitHub https://gist.github.com/wicrum-wicrun/b308b298721ccbe0de9c6c73a6ee4242 89 comments
- GitHub - woodrush/lambda-8cc: x86 C compiler written in untyped lambda calculus https://github.com/woodrush/lambda-8cc 87 comments
- GitHub - thma/WhyHaskellMatters: In this article I try to explain why Haskell keeps being such an important language by presenting some of its most important and distinguishing features and detailing them with working code examples. The presentation aims to be self-contained and does not require any previous knowledge of the language. https://github.com/thma/WhyHaskellMatters 82 comments
- The Y Combinator (no, not that one) | by Ayaka Nonaka | Medium https://medium.com/@ayanonagon/the-y-combinator-no-not-that-one-7268d8d9c46 67 comments
- GitHub - dzautner/Sel: A compiler for thin Symbolic Expressions abstraction layer over Lambda calculus. https://github.com/dzautner/sel 67 comments
- Ramin Honary: Emacs fulfills the UNIX Philosophy (overview) https://tilde.town/~ramin_hal9001/articles/emacs-fulfills-the-unix-philosophy.html 62 comments
- Intro To Functional Programming http://markonis.github.io/functional/programming/2016/04/16/intro-to-functional-programming.html 61 comments
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