Rijk J. C. van Haaften
Mon, 25 Feb 2002 18:00:35 +0100
You probably want to do something like this:
contents <- input "twoboxes.dat"
return (control (parser contents))
At 11:53 25-02-02 -0300, Juan M. Duran wrote:
>Hi, I'm writting a small parser in Haskell and, when it is all done, I get
>the following problem: Type Binding.
>The thing is, I have 3 main functions:
>1) Read the file, its type is: [Char] ->IO [Char] (see InputOutput.hs)
>2) Parse a string (using words and readDec), its type is: Integral a =>
>[Char] -> [a] (see Parse.hs)
>3) Parse a list of integer, its type is: [Float] -> [[Float]]
>Now the problem is that I cannot run the first function, then use its
>results as an input of the second function and, finally, its results as
>the input of the third function.
>How can I fix this without modifing all my functions because they,
>independly, works fine.