[Haskell-cafe] use of modules to save typing
jwlato at gmail.com
Thu Jul 8 08:11:27 EDT 2010
> From: Michael Mossey <mpm at alumni.caltech.edu>
> Now my monad looks like
> testMonad = do
> cursor <- gets PlayState.cursor
> len <- gets PlayState.len
> let newCur = min (cur+1) (len-1)
> modify $ PlayState.update_cursor newCur
> Now I can define an abbreviation for PlayState. This is a big help.
> Also, I find this more readable. To me
> is more readable than
> For one thing, syntax highlighting helps in the former case. For
> another, the latter case requires that you recognize a naming
> convention, but the former case says clearly: "cursor is within the
> namespace PlayState, so this combination must be describing a cursor
> related to PlayState."
I do this as well, although I would probably import like this:
import qualified PlayState as PS
which then allows for "PS.cursor"
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