[Haskell-beginners] Re: let indenting problems

7stud bbxx789_05ss at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 4 16:50:30 EST 2009

Francesco Bochicchio <bieffe62 <at> gmail.com> writes:
> In all three cases, after  the keyword 'in' 
> you need a **full** expression,
> and neither a where clause nor a set of matches are a full expression 
> by themselves. An expression is either a function apllication or a 'statement'
> like if or case, or maybe something more I can't recall.

Thanks for the help.

> Don't know of any other editors with the same capability for haskell, though,
> and if you are not an emacs user, learning 
> the not-so-standard ways of emacs might offset the benefits of having
> syntax hints. 

I don't know emacs.   I use vim.  I may have to give emacs a try.

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