[Haskell-cafe] Non-technical Haskell question

Keean Schupke k.schupke at imperial.ac.uk
Fri Dec 3 17:45:55 EST 2004

>>  When I compile it I get three files, an actual runnable binary (at only
>> 5M in size), a .o file and a .hi file. I'm sure these additional files
>> are usefull in someway and as soon as I come across the right piece of
>> documentation everything should make sense. But as a person new to the
>> language I'm just left wondering why.
This is better than C... ghc makes the 'include' files for you... the 
.hi files are
really module interface files (like .h files in C or C++).


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