I am a newbie to Haskell programming. I would like to know if there are any Haskell enthusiasts that would like to work on Haskell projects. My focus is currently on learning Haskell and eventually develop side projects in Haskell.submitted by vrbala
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Hey everyone! First time post on here, and I have a request that hopefully you guys can help me with. I'm currently in a programming language studies class, where we are having to pick a language, learn it, and develop some sort of project within around 3 months during the semester. I chose haskell because it seemed like the most interesting, having never worked in a functional language before.
My request is if you guys could throw out some ideas for me! Not gonna lie, I am not the most creative guy when it comes to school projects, so hopefully someone here can point me in the right direction! The project does not need to be 100% haskell, but it does need to be focused primarily around the use of it. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated!submitted by Endeejay
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In LYAH (http://learnyouahaskell.com/making-our-own-types-and-typeclasses#type-parameters), while citing an example of type constructors, Maybe is referred to as type-constructor.data Maybe a = Nothing | Just a
If I follow definition, given in the same section for type-parameters, Just, seems to be the type-constructor. For example, in Just "Hello" - Just takes a String and returns a "Maybe [Char]".
Can anyone explain, which one is the type-constructor Maybe a or Just and why?submitted by KuldeepSinh
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