dluposchainsky at googlemail.com
Mon Jul 4 16:28:16 UTC 2016
Infix ($) is so noisy that I’ve adapted a code style that replaces it entirely
with parentheses. And the hack to make ($) work with higher-rank types is pretty
awkward too. Seen from these angles, I’m very much in favour of ArgumentDo.
However, the clarity of `runST do ...` comes at a high price: only some of the
missing ($) make the code clearer, where others make it much worse. You give a
couple of examples yourself:
> do x
> do y
I have to think a bit how this might be parsed even after reading the proposal.
I’m a bit torn on whether I like or not like it, but I think the ArgumentDo
syntax that I find awkward now is a matter of style, and one could probably get
used to only using it in certain places, despite all of the possibilities.
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