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comment In syntax level, does Haskell has obvious advantage comparing with Scala/F#?
Scala is pretty close to ML in terms of the module/object system, unlike F# and Haskell which are both sorely lacking in this regard. F# and Haskell use global type inference like ML, while Scala uses local type inference. Due to the lack of typeclasses and higher-kinded types F# is severely handicapped in the abstraction department.
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