Type classes : an exploration of the design spaceSimon

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When type classes were rst introduced in Haskell they were regarded as a fairly experimental language feature, and therefore warranted a fairly conservative design. Since that time, practical experience has convinced many programmers of the beneets and convenience of type classes. However, on occasion, these same programmers have discovered examples where… (More)

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