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<DIV><FONT size=4 face="LM Mono 12">While going through the Haskell literature I
uncovered a passage that said that, I'm paraphrasing: Complexity was at a
premium. The task was very complex and what was needed to get Haskell to achieve
its goals was extraordinary. </FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=4 face="LM Mono 12">This might explain how laziness kept Haskell
pure. Everything was at a premium and this developed a discipline to keep
everything streamlined. This suggests that purity had a material benefit, but
the problem is it is conceivable that its material benefit was merely
<DIV><FONT size=4 face="LM Mono 12">I do not have enough time to study what
Stephen wrote at the moment so I will need to revisit it. He cited some