|-- This gist shows how we can use abilities to provide nicer syntax for any monad.|
|-- We can view abilities as "just" providing nicer syntax for working with the|
|-- free monad.|
|ability Monadic f where|
|eval : f a -> a|
|-- Here's a monad, encoded as a first-class value with|
|-- two polymorphic functions, `pure` and `bind`|
|type Monad f = Monad (forall a . a -> f a) (forall a b . f a -> (a -> f b) -> f b)|
Upon completion you will have a sane, productive Haskell environment adhering to best practices.
- Haskell is a programming language.
- Stack is tool for Haskell projects. (similar tools for other languages include Maven, Gradle, npm, RubyGems etc)
- Intellij IDEA IDE is a popular IDE.
sudo apt-get install libtinfo-dev libghc-zlib-dev libghc-zlib-bindings-dev
|# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-|
|from xcb.xproto import *|
|from PIL import Image|
|XCB_MAP_STATE_VIEWABLE = 2|
|$ sudo dmidecode|
|# dmidecode 2.12|
|# SMBIOS entry point at 0x000f0000|
|SMBIOS 2.8 present.|
|Handle 0x0000, DMI type 0, 24 bytes|
Highly recommended things!
This is my five-star list. These are my favorite things in all the world.
A few of these works have had an extraordinary effect on my life or way of thinking. They get a sixth star. ★
|from colorz import colorz|
|WALLPAPER = '/home/james/.wallpaper'|
|COLORS = '/home/james/.colors'|
|XRESOURCES = '/home/james/.Xresources'|
|cols = ''|
|xres = """|