*Mazes for Programmers* in Haskell
I am just beginning to learn Haskell, and refresh my programming knowledge in general (4 years since an introductory course in Python). Lately, I’ve been working through the exercises in the book Mazes for Programmers just to get myself going with something fun and easy.
I have no problem thinking in a procedural/imperative paradigm, since I can usually break problems into discrete steps and write the steps out without a problem, and that's usually all you have to worry about in an imperative language.
However, I’m struggling to understand what problem-solving process works with Haskell (since it's not a matter of simply writing instructions).
In any case, while I’ve been loving everything I've been learning about Haskell so far, I really enjoy Mazes for Programmers as a learning tool, since the code gives you actual things that you can visually manipulate (a bit like Python's
turtles). I think seeing analogous code written in Haskell could help me understand Haskell better, as well.
Does anyone know of any Haskell ports of the Ruby code in Mazes for Programmers? Something I can follow line-by-line and see how they compare and contrast to the Ruby versions in the book?
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