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    On 17/04/14 23:20, Alexander Berntsen wrote:<br>
    <blockquote type="cite">On 17/04/14 15:08, Erik Hesselink wrote:<br>
      > Haskell has (>>>) and (<<<) in
      Control.Arrow if you want symmetric<br>
      >  operators for this.<br>
      Forgot all about those. Shows how little I need the backward<br>
      composition operator. Thanks for reminding me.<br>
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