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Bryan O'Sullivan

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“Whatever our function does, it will need to have the type String -> String; in other words, it must accept a string and return a string.”
Bryan O'Sullivan, Real World Haskell

“Programs written in dynamically typed languages require large suites of tests to give some assurance that simple type errors cannot occur.”
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