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Modern Java in Action: Functional

 
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Hello,

Does the book analyze in deep from Functional features as seen in Haskell (for example, for a FP fan).
Or it points only Java8 FP (which is a minimalist FP approach -imho-).

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Germán
 
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As far as I can remember only Java® functionall features. If you want to be really functional, try Pierre‑Yves Saumont's book Functional Programming in Java.
 
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