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Introduction

Arrows: A General Interface to Computation written by Ross Peterson.

HaWiki's ArrowsIntroduction

Examples

Parser

A good example of the mentioned arrow parsers can be seen in A New Notation for Arrows written by Ross Peterson: figure 2, 4, 6 (page 3, 5, 6).

An implementation: PArrows written by Einar Karttunen.

Stream processor

IO-like things

Fudgets

Dataflow languages

Lucid

A fast-food implementation:

A better implementation could be written using the arrow library available at the Downloads page of Arrows: A General Interface to Computation written by Antony Courtney, Henrik Nilsson and Ross Paterson.