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Dan Burton

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Hey FP Complete, I'm teaching an introductory class on Yesod at BayHac 2014 next month, and I'd like to have everyone in the class (with a laptop handy) follow along using the FP Complete IDE, community edition. I'm not sure how many will be there, I think 40 is a reasonable estimate. Will the community edition IDE be responsive if an additional 40 people are simultaneously editing, compiling, running, and viewing their own version of a simple Yesod web app? Is this a load spike on the free edition infrastructure that would require additional resources?
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You can email our support address about it in the future. I've emailed our sysadmin and gave him a heads-up about this one already.
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Roelof Wobben

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Which is the best tutorial for a complete beginner in Haskell om the Haskell school
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The first thing to read is https://www.fpcomplete.com/school/starting-with-haskell/learning-haskell-at-the-soh, which talks about the features of SoH you'll want to be familiar with before diving into the tutorials.

After that, we have three good tutorials in https://www.fpcomplete.com/school/starting-with-haskell (right after the tutorial on the SoH features).  Which is best for you will depend on you. We did some traffic analysis to try and choose a "best",  but none of them stood out. Read the descriptions and maybe the first part (each is several parts long) and choose the one that seems best for you.
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Natalia Muska
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ah i think ill just use my on the go laptop as it is and merge the files through git hub in that case , thanks
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Is it good idea to post here typos in tutorials @ FPComplete? )
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Mike Meyer
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Querying an existing database

https://www.fpcomplete.com/school/advanced-haskell/existing-database

How to set up persistent to query an existing database, with a bonus of streaming the results back so you can handle arbitrary-sized table in fixed memory.
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Thank you, this kind of tutorial is very helpful for people integrating with an existing code base. I am posting to reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/haskell/comments/1ze4h0/querying_an_existing_database_with_persistent/
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Hey buddies! I'm new to Haskell and FP as well, and I believe it's awesome!
I'm learning now "Haskell Fast & Hard". I've reached part 5, where I found exercise "Make a program that sums all of its arguments.". I've made it, but it's very simple and just returns sum of its args if it possible.
I wanted to write a function which takes a list of Strings and returns a list of Ints. Result list is prodused by convertion string items to int if it is possible, otherwise the item should be skipped. I've tried to use Maybe and read function, but have no success.
Please help me with this!
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List comprehensions is cool!

toReadSList' :: [String] -> [Integer]
toReadSList' [] = []
toReadSList' (x:xs) = [i | [(i, _)] <- map safeToInt (x:xs)]
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main = do
    args <- getArgs
    print $ sum . toRaedSList' $ args
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Michael Steele

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+Mike Meyer Fixed, and thanks for the report. I'll run through the other examples tonight.
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