Hugs, also Hugs 98, is a bytecode interpreter for the functional programming language Haskell. Hugs is the successor to Gofer, and was originally derived from Gofer version 2.30b. Hugs and Gofer were originally developed by Mark P. Jones, now a professor at Portland State University. Hugs comes with a simple graphics library. As a complete Haskell implementation that is portable and simple to install, Hugs is sometimes recommended for new Haskell users. Hugs deviates from the Haskell 98 specification in several minor ways. For example, Hugs does not support mutually recursive modules. A list of differences exists. The Hugs prompt accepts expressions for evaluation, but not module, type or function definitions. Hugs can load Haskell modules at start-up.
What does HUGS stand for? -- Explore the various meanings for the HUGS acronym on the Abbreviations.com website.
The numerical value of HUGS in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of HUGS in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
There was celebration and happiness, hugs and kisses.
She needs all the hugs, all the kisses, all the sweet names that you can say to her — and all the comfort.
Senator Paul, you know the hugs I remember are the hugs that I gave to the families who lost their people on September 11th.
We're holding up, we see him every day. He's really doing well there. He's happy and he gets lots of hugs, and he's enjoying his life in whatever way he can.
I can barely believe he’s gone, but Marcus lives on in Faith, she has a picture of her daddy, which she hugs and kisses, and I’ll never let her forget just how much he loved her.
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