harendra.kumar at gmail.com
Fri Feb 9 02:42:53 UTC 2018
Since I started programming in Haskell a few years ago I have been using
if-then-else in that manner without indentation and I never knew about this
extension. I thought this is how it works. It seems this is the default
now. But, I remember encountering an error in an older compiler version
once and then I figured the my style was accepted in newer compiler
On 9 February 2018 at 08:08, Brandon Allbery <allbery.b at gmail.com> wrote:
> Huh. I wonder if a section went missing; seems like none of the extensions
> that alter or relax layout are documented currently.
> (AlternativeLayoutRule, AlternativeLayoutRuleTransitional,
> DoAndIfThenElse, NondecreasingIndentation, RelaxedLayout)
> IIRC DoAndIfThenElse relaxes a condition implied by layout but that
> normally only matters in "do": that if you break it into multiple lines,
> the "then" and "else" must be indented farther than the "if" or layout will
> consider them distinct new expressions (and thereby syntax errors).
> On Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 9:24 PM, Harendra Kumar <harendra.kumar at gmail.com>
>> I recently found a mention of DoAndIfThenElse extension somewhere. I
>> looked inside the ghc user guide and could not find any such extension.
>> Then I looked in the ghc man page, no mention. I googled and found a very
>> sparse references to it here and there. Then I tried using the extension
>> with ghc and ghc seems to accept it. What's the story behind this, why is
>> it not documented but accepted?
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