I am currently in the stage of searching for simple but valid examples of metacall validity (aka: usefulness) as interfacing concept and programming idiom.
And, I think I have found one. metacall + project Euler. The mathematical nature of some computational problems make them a great fit for the functional paradigm. For those of you who don’t know, “Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems…” (ProjectEuler.net). I have concluded I could use the simple and interesting solution for a problem from “Project Euler” to show metacall in action. Continue reading “metacall()()()™ + project Euler”
Wow. what a title! Ideal for trapping the passing innocent (but sharp and progressive) programmer.
If you are here reading this, I assume you are not a botanist, and you obviously know what is ELM and a bit more about it. So, how do we achieve this master level ELM magic? How do we make ELM “executable” run “locally” and on Windows (any Windows since 1999) on top of that ?