[Haskell-cafe] Breaking up long lines

Neil Mitchell ndmitchell at gmail.com
Sat Apr 1 21:34:44 EST 2006


> What is a good technique for breaking up long lines of code (for easier readability)?
Indentation, the {- -} comments are probably having little effect.

For example, the following is perfectly valid:

f x y = if x then
                not y

The indentation rules are quite complex, but just type your code
"sensibly indented" and it will probably just work.



On 4/2/06, miketerrance <miketerrance at lycos.co.uk> wrote:

> I have been inserting {- -} comments but there must be a better way.  Something like \ in Python?
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