Wednesday, April 4, 2018

For a Few Monads More

For a Few Monads More

We've seen how monads can be used to take values with contexts and apply them to functions and how using >>= or do notation allows us to focus on the values themselves while the context gets handled for us. We've met the Maybe monad and seen how it adds a context of possible failure to values.

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