a type system is a collection of rules that assign a property called a type to the various constructs—such as variables, expressions, functions or modules— that a computer program is composed of.

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Using Haskell type classes to enforce commutativity

I want to define a type class for geometric objects that can be intersected together: class Intersect a b c | a b -> c where intersect :: a -> b -> c -- Language extensions: ...