[Haskell-cafe] Re: Books for "advanced" Haskell

Günther Schmidt gue.schmidt at web.de
Fri Mar 5 08:05:52 EST 2010


oh boy it took me a while to find this post again.

> Perhaps not exactly. I build monads left and right, but that's because
> I don't understand much else. :-) Before you get all hung up on them,
> though, I recommend reading "The Typeclassopedia,"[1], which will
> introduce you to all of the monad's friends and family.

When you say that you use monads to the left and right, do you mean 
using pre-defined monad instances, or do you construct your own, ie. 
define something to be an instance of a monad and then write codes using 
that instance?


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