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Posts tagged monadic-composition

Subtag of monads

For questions about monadic composition, a concept used in functional programming to facilitate the chaining of operations on monads. Also add the language used (e.g. Haskell, Scala), if applicable.

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Q&A Why does `let map f = id >=> switch f` work in F#?

Asked How to implement map using the fish (>=>, Kleisli composition) operator in F#? a couple of hours ago, and r~~'s answer blew my mind: let map f = id >=> switch f It is perfect ...

1 answer  ·  posted 10d ago by toraritte‭  ·  edited 3d ago by Alexei‭

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Q&A How to implement `map` using the fish (>=>, Kleisli composition) operator in F#?

I'm learning monadic composition through Scott Wlaschin's Railway-oriented Programming post. Oncebind, switch, and >=> functions are defined, he introduces map to show how to "turn a one-trac...

1 answer  ·  posted 10d ago by toraritte‭  ·  last activity 9d ago by r~~‭