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PICCA Frederic-Emmanuel frederic-emmanuel.picca at synchrotron-soleil.fr
Tue Jan 24 09:09:58 UTC 2017

Hello thanks for your time.

> I would let the compiler deal with the type, i.e. skip the ` :: [Maybe Int]`.

It was just a reduced example of my real problem.
And I wanted to express the type for th ehuman of the mailing list :)

> Wrapping the list *and* its items in `IO` seems excessive. Would it not
> be easier to have `values :: IO [Maybe Int]`?

No because the Maybe Int comes from an IO.
But we solved the problem using the MaybeT

MaybeT IO MyDataType

So as you said, I rethink this with the help of the mailing list guyes.

Thansk a lot


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