How to use Data.Set.Set
ketil+haskell at ii.uib.no
Wed Oct 12 08:57:45 EDT 2005
Christian Maeder <maeder at tzi.de> writes:
> I think, you should
> import qualified Data.Set as Set
> only and use "Set.map" rather than the deprecated "mapSet"
> (most other names from Data.Set make more sense with the "Set." prefix)
I can do this of course, but I think it would be nice to be able to
use it unqualified in modules that only uses Sets (and doesn't use
e.g. Maps or List.(null|map)). If I always have to qualify it, what
is the advantage of Set.map instead of mapSet?
(Oh, right, I can "import qualified List as Set" -- but then I still
have to change "member" to "elem" etc etc.)
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