[Haskell-beginners] Code Review of Caesar-Cipher

chrysaetos99 chrysaetos99 at posteo.de
Wed May 20 18:26:37 UTC 2020

I am a total beginner in Haskell, so after reading the "Starting 
out"-chapter of "Learn you a Haskell", I wanted to create my first 
program that actually does something.

I decided to do the famous Caesar-Cipher.

See attachment.



- How can this code be improved in general?
- Do I follow the style guide of Haskell (indentation, etc.)?
- I have a background in imperative languages. Did I do something that 
is untypical for functional programming languages?

I would appreciate any suggestions.


Please note: I also asked this question on 
but didn't receive an answer that really answered all my questions.

Kind regards


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