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The course is an introduction to Functional Programming for students who know how to program. The students come mainly from the masters program at Chalmers and the University of Göteborg. Please note that you cannot include this course as part of a degree which already contains TDA555 (Introduction to Functional Programming). The contents are too similar (although the exam for this course is more demanding). If you took TDA555 or similar please consider TDA342 Advanced Functional Programming
These are from TDA451 2012. Content will be similar for this year. Minor updates will be made as we go along.
In the table below you will find links to lab assignments which have to be handed in. For each assignment have a submission deadline at which you must submit your solutions. Your first submission is expected to be a serious attempt to complete the lab. If your submission does not pass (incorrect or simply badly coded) then you must resubmit. You have until the final deadline. The final deadline is absolute: it is the last possible date to hand in your solutions. If your solutions are not passed you get no further chances this term.
Note that the deadlines are firm and are controlled strictly by the lab reporting system. Therefore you must submit by the deadlines.
|Final deadline (parts A & B)
Lab 4 is a mini project, to be presented to the graders on 11-12 December. A project proposals (a brief description of the plan) is to be submitted by Friday 29 November. See the lab description for more information.
Please read this link about how to get help!
Dan, Simon, and Anders have open office hours listed below when you can drop in and ask questions about the lab assignments.
These drop-in times are valid from Monday of week 2.
|Simon (room 6103)
|Dan (room 5453)
|Anders (room 6103)
We recommend installing the Haskell Platform. Quote: The Haskell Platform is the easiest way to get started with programming Haskell. It comes with all you need to get up and running. Think of it as "Haskell: batteries included".
Even older exams. These are a bit different from the current style, but there are some useful examples to be found.
The examination of the course has two parts: the weekly assignments and a written exam in the end of the course. To pass the course it is necessary to pass all home assignments and the exam. The exam dates are announced on the student portal http://www.student.chalmers.se/ .