"Dan Schmidt" <dfan / dfan.org> wrote in message
> Haskell is really beautiful and elegant but it can
> take more effort to write real-world apps because everything must be
> expressed purely functionally.

For this reason alone (takes more effort to write) , I have always wondered
why Haskell has been endorsed as the language of the year at PragProg. I
would have thought O'Caml would be more "pragmmatic" in that sense.

Unless, of course, O'Caml has already been covered in the past.