HaskellRank is a YouTube series where we solve a couple of simple programming problems but in Haskell. It’s an on-going experiment where I’m trying to teach Haskell through constalty showing different examples instead of giving a well structured material.
A minimal subset of JSON for machine-to-machine communication
I didn’t know this problem existed:
JSON contains redundant syntax such as allowing both 10e2 and 10E2. This helps when writing it by hand but isn’t good for machine-to-machine communication.
Now that I know, I’m glad a solution exists, son.