How can I move from a basic hello world/number program to something more substantial?

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  • brick

    A declarative Unix terminal UI library written in Haskell

    Brick is a great library for terminal applications. I’d say start with the examples or take a look at some tutorials that use it, then just go at it.

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  • scrabble

    An extended tutorial/book on Haskell development. A library for playing Scrabble is developed as well as two clients, one of which is networked and allows for remote one or two-player games over the web. (by jimburton)

    I wrote this Scrabble tutorial for uni students at the same sort of stage as you. Maybe they're a tiny bit further on but you should find it pretty self-contained. It includes a CLI with a curses lib so you would learn how to do that.

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