Difference between revisions of "Talk:All About Monads"

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I was looking for a Haskell abstraction that would suit my needs (an FFI library), and I suspect that ST would be the one (need to elaborate), but since this article doesn't describe it, I had the impression that although the idea (of ST) is simple, there is no such standard thing in Haskell.--[[User:Imz|Imz]] ([[User talk:Imz|talk]]) 14:59, 27 February 2015 (UTC)
 
I was looking for a Haskell abstraction that would suit my needs (an FFI library), and I suspect that ST would be the one (need to elaborate), but since this article doesn't describe it, I had the impression that although the idea (of ST) is simple, there is no such standard thing in Haskell.--[[User:Imz|Imz]] ([[User talk:Imz|talk]]) 14:59, 27 February 2015 (UTC)
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== Why "===" instead of "=" on the html page? ==
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Why "===" instead of "=" on the html page?
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e.g. data Maybe a === Nothing | Just a
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in the pdf file this is the correct "data Maybe a = Nothing | Just a"

Latest revision as of 20:26, 1 November 2019

ST monad not covered

I was looking for a Haskell abstraction that would suit my needs (an FFI library), and I suspect that ST would be the one (need to elaborate), but since this article doesn't describe it, I had the impression that although the idea (of ST) is simple, there is no such standard thing in Haskell.--Imz (talk) 14:59, 27 February 2015 (UTC)

Why "===" instead of "=" on the html page?

Why "===" instead of "=" on the html page?

e.g. data Maybe a === Nothing | Just a

in the pdf file this is the correct "data Maybe a = Nothing | Just a"