Thursday, November 15, 2018

Finite-State Machines, Part 1: Modeling with Haskell Data Types

Finite-State Machines, Part 1: Modeling with Haskell Data Types

Stateful programs often become complex beasts as they grow. Program state incohesively spread across a bunch of variables, spuriously guarded by even more variables, is what I refer to as implicit state.

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