Haskell's biggest flaw

Posted on December 17, 2014 by Tommy McGuire
Labels: haskell, random

And then a great, deep voice, like as that of James Earl Jones, spake unto me, saying,

The greatest flaw of Haskell is the inability to define the identity function in a point-free style.

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