[Haskell-cafe] working my way through Data.Type.Equality...my head hurts...

Jan Stolarek jan.stolarek at p.lodz.pl
Tue Jan 13 14:14:02 UTC 2015

Why not, if you feel that works for you. But in Agda you don't need things like Type Families or 
some fancy encodings like singletons - you can use the same functions at term and type levels.


Dnia wtorek, 13 stycznia 2015, Nicholls, Mark napisał:
> I was thinking of doing it the other way around....
> i.e. get my head around Haskell....then around Haskell's type system
> extensions....then look at agda.
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