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Functional Programming in Scala: scalaz7

Ivano Pagano
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Joined: Dec 16, 2006
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Hello there,
I guess that the book will often make use of the Scalaz library in examples and so on.

If that's the case, is it based on the upcoming scalaz7 release or on the stable 6.x?
And, if the second is true, will there be an update available after the 7 final release?

Thanks a lot for the useful effort, I mean it
Bye
Ivano
Ivano Pagano
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Trying to bring the question back to attention, since maybe today is better fitter for the book promotion, any author online?
Yagiz Erkan
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Hi Ivano,

Try the book's own forum. You can probably get an answer there.
Ivano Pagano
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Yagiz Erkan wrote:Hi Ivano,

Try the book's own forum. You can probably get an answer there.


Thanks, didn't know about that...

Ivano
 
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