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The paper cited is a much-referenced (in the PL world) classic. I can imagine finding the accompanying code would be an occasional if not frequent need to anyone who found the paper useful or interesting or even controversial.

I can think of no sane reason to close a useful question with a correct and useful answer. The only thing I can imagine is that since the mod didn't find the question interesting, they couldn't imagine that others might.

http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/98899/haskell-code-accompanying-the-paul-hudak-1994-us-navy-experiment-paper

The paper cited is a much-referenced (in the PL world) classic. I can imagine finding the accompanying code would be an occasional if not frequent need to anyone who found the paper useful or interesting or even controversial.

I can think of no sane reason to close a useful question with a correct and useful answer. The only thing I can imagine is that since the mod didn't find the question interesting, they couldn't imagine that others might.

https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/98899/haskell-code-accompanying-the-paul-hudak-1994-us-navy-experiment-paper

The paper cited is a much-referenced (in the PL world) classic. I can imagine finding the accompanying code would be an occasional if not frequent need to anyone who found the paper useful or interesting or even controversial.

I can think of no sane reason to close a useful question with a correct and useful answer. The only thing I can imagine is that since the mod didn't find the question interesting, they couldn't imagine that others might.

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I think this reference request should not have been closed

http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/98899/haskell-code-accompanying-the-paul-hudak-1994-us-navy-experiment-paper

The paper cited is a much-referenced (in the PL world) classic. I can imagine finding the accompanying code would be an occasional if not frequent need to anyone who found the paper useful or interesting or even controversial.

I can think of no sane reason to close a useful question with a correct and useful answer. The only thing I can imagine is that since the mod didn't find the question interesting, they couldn't imagine that others might.