Very detailed and serious comparison of functional and imperative programming styles

Very detailed and serious comparison of functional and imperative programming styles

Alright, it's not a detailed and serious comparison of functional and imperative programming styles.

It's just a modification of a picture that accompanied an article in american scientist magazine, written by Brian Hayes.

I've been thinking about functional programming since i read 'functional programming for the rest of us', last week. fascinating topic for your geeky-minded kid like me.

'Currying' and 'Pattern-Matching' look like two pieces of syntactic cleverness that could be baked straight into any .net language.


Very detailed and serious comparison of functional and imperative programming styles
 

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