What is Functional Programming?
Functional Programming is a style where languages evaluate computations as mathematical functions and expressions instead of statements. FP languages provide increased stability, reliability, concise syntaxes, and increase productivity.
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Scala is an elegant and concise programming language that integrates both functional and object-oriented paradigms. Running on the JVM, Scala delivers scalable solutions
Kotlin is a statically typed programming language on the JVM for developing modern, multi-platform applications.
Haskell is an advanced open source language that’s purely functional. It features concise built-in concurrency and parallelism, thousands of libraries, and a rich ecosystem.
Erlang features built-in support for distribution, concurrency, and fault tolerance. Erlang’s runtime also incorporates an integrated garbage collector.
OCaml is a variation of the Caml language and supports functional, object-oriented, and imperative styles with an emphasis on type-safety and expressiveness.