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<DIV><FONT size=4 face="LM Mono 12">Although much work has apparently gone into
providing support for manipulation binary data I was unable to uncover a Haskell
equivalent of the C fgetc and fputc functions. The Haskell equivalents work with
Unicode character streams, not bytes words etcetera. I did find a library for
handling arrays of bytes and such, but I did not find it to be convenient for
the application I have in mind. I resolved myself to emitted Unicode 0s and
1s that are later converted to binary 0s and 1s by means of a C program. Is this
functionality missing in Haskell? or did I miss