[Haskell-cafe] Re: Are handles garbage-collected?
k.schupke at imperial.ac.uk
Sun Oct 24 14:44:45 EDT 2004
You return the handle in the state, are you saying the complex
funtion does some IO on the handle first? I don't see why this
excludes doing it the other way round, passing the work function
to your complex function as an argument.
Peter Simons wrote:
>Keean Schupke writes:
> >> The _result_ of a rather complex computation
> > return a function that returns the handle.
>The idea is good. :-) You'll find my other posting explains
>that a bit more: My main driver doesn't know about the
>handle; that's just one more entry in the state of the
>connection handler. So the connection handler cannot return
>a complex function, because _it_ is the one who wants to use
>the handle, not the function that called it. What I return
>is a state which contains the handle, not the handle per se.
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