Howdy,<br><br>As I'm starting to learn the Haskell libraries, I'm having a less than fun time trying to figure out what functions operate on what types. For example, in the documentation for HaXml, there's a description of Document:
<br><a href="http://www.cs.york.ac.uk/fp/HaXml/HaXml/Text-XML-HaXml-Types.html#4">http://www.cs.york.ac.uk/fp/HaXml/HaXml/Text-XML-HaXml-Types.html#4</a><br><br>However, I can't find any links to what functions accept document as a parameter. Am I missing some magic?
<br><br>A couple of other questions...<br><br>Can ByteStrings be substituted anywhere that takes a String (e.g., HaXml xmlParse)?<br><br>Is there a way to deal with UTF-8 encoded byte arrays converting them to Strings other than
<a href="http://www.gatago.org/fa/haskell/52409638.html">http://www.gatago.org/fa/haskell/52409638.html</a> ?<br><br>Thanks,<br><br>David<br clear="all"><br>-- <br>lift, the fast, powerful, easy web framework<br><a href="http://liftweb.net">