The IO monad in Haskell is often explained as a state monad where the state is the world. So a value of type IO a monad is viewed as something like worldState -> (a, worldState). Some time ago I ...
Background I have a test fixture with a number of communication/data acquisition devices on it that is used as an end of line test for a product. Because of all the various sensors used in the ...
For many programming quizzes we are given a bunch of input lines and we have to process each input , do some computation and output the result. My question is what is the best way to optimize the ...
I'm trying to modify a serial program that reads from a database, and writes results to a file, this is done in a blocking way and I think we can get performance boost of there is a memory buffer and ...
I had a job process that was executing a lot of IO to read and write temporary files. Now I want to (need to) reduce the quantity of IO executions. So I want to create a sort of circular buffer ...
This is a question of about design decisions. I find that there are so many different things I work on where reading a _kbhit() is amazingly useful but I can't find (read: there isn't) any ...