Avoiding IO

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Haskell requires an explicit type for operations involving input and output. This way it makes a problem explicit, that exists in every language.

Lazy construction

map putStr vs. putStr concat

State monad

randomIO

ST monad

STRef instead of IORef, STArray instead of IOArray

Custom type class

example getText