Greetings,<br><br>I am considering writing -in Haskell of course - a small program to translate binary files to human readable text.<br>The trouble is that I can find no easily digestible tutorial style info on how to do binary IO in Haskell.
<br>I have read about some of the libraries that people have created to do binary IO, but the documentation wasn't<br>sufficient to get me started (perhaps because I'm a bit dense, and also relatively new to Haskell).<br>
<br>What I would like is to see a short example showing some code that reads from a binary file. I would also <br>like to know what the most widely used library for doing binary IO in Haskell is.<br><br>I would greatly appreciate it if someone could post a small example or two illustrating how to do
<br>binary IO in Haskell using the most widely used binary IO lib (if there is such a thing). Failing that, I would<br>appreciate a link to some Haskell code that does binary IO that I could study.<br><br>Lastly, if there is a good tutorial on doing binary IO in Haskell then I would appreciate a link to that as well.
<br><br>Thanks in advance,<br><br>Jeff Lasslett<br>