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Curry is a programming language created in 1990 by Michael Hanus and Sergio Antoy.

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Curry is an experimental functional logic programming language, based on the Haskell language. It merges elements of functional and logic programming, including constraint programming integration. It is nearly a superset of Haskell, lacking support mostly for overloading using type classes, which some implementations provide anyway as a language extension, such as the Münster Curry Compiler.. Read more on Wikipedia...

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main :: IO () main = putStrLn "Hello, world!"
Example from hello-world:
-- "Hello World" demo for the Tcl/Tk library import Tk main = runWidget "Hello" (TkCol [] [TkLabel [TkText "Hello World"], TkButton tkExit [TkText "Stop"]])
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insert x ys = x : ys insert x (y:ys) = y : insert x ys

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"Hello world"
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Books about Curry from ISBNdb

title authors year publisher
Wcflp '05: Proceedings Of The Acm Sigplan 2005 Workshop On Curry And Functional Logic Programming, September 29, 2005, Tallinn, E Acm Special Interest Group On Programmin and N/a 2005 Association For Computing Machinery (acm)
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