Haskell/Authors

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The Haskell wikibook combines original material with the content of some previously existing tutorials. We are extremely grateful to the following authors for allowing us to remix their work.

The fact that this wikibook is a remix means that a lot of the original content is often cut, reshuffled or sometimes just plain overlooked. It would be a good idea to read the original tutorials as their authors intended: you might find yourself square in the authors' target audiences.

Original wikibook content was written by:

If you have a Haskell tutorial, examples, diagrams, etc. that you would like to contribute to this project, please let us know by leaving a message on the discussion page! Likewise, if you know of a good tutorial that we might be able to use, please feel free to point it out.