[Haskell-beginners] Monads...

Henk-Jan van Tuyl hjgtuyl at chello.nl
Thu Jan 29 10:06:07 EST 2009

I have written a reference manual for the basic Haskell monad functions,  
"A Tour of the Haskell Monad functions". It contains a lot of examples.  
You can find it at:

Henk-Jan van Tuyl


On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 03:44:30 +0100, Cory Knapp <thestonetable at gmail.com>  

> Hello, so, I'm having a simple problem with monads: I have no idea how  
> to actually use them. I understand the category theory (or, at least  
> well enough to be able to explain "what is a monad"); I understand the  
> way to declare something as a monad instance, but I just don't get how  
> to program with them. Can anyone provide me with, or direct me towards,  
> some simple monads and some ways of using (for example) the monadic  
> properties of lists?
> Thanks,
> Cory
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