Haskell

A general purpose functional programming language with non-strict semantics. It's good for graphics, networking, systems programming, data structures, development, text processing, etc.

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First released 1985
Developed by David Turner
Open-source Not defined
Used by Google, Microsoft, Facebook

Interesting facts

In 2009, the concept of the Haskell Platform was developed - a standard language distribution that includes, in addition to the compiler (GHC), additional tools (the Cabal assembly and deployment system) and a set of popular libraries. Now Haskell Platform is the recommended base distribution for developers. Ready-made Haskell Platforms are available for Windows, MacOS X and a number of Linux distributions.

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