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A question to authors:

I have a feeling that one of the FP paradigm drawback is more difficult code debugging. Based on TOC it's not covered in the book?

Could you share your experience?

What techniques do you use/recommend, besides peek(System.out::println) 8-))

Do you think that modern IDEs (Idea, Eclipse, NetBeans) should become more advanced in terms of debugging and provide more FP debugging functionality ?

Thanks,
Mikalai
 
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No, I don't think debugging is covered. There is a limit to how much you can get into 500 pages.
 
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