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Oct
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reviewed Approve What is an alternative to bitwise flags?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
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reviewed No Action Needed Started wrong with a project. Should I start over?
Aug
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comment Haskell syntax for type definitions: why the equality sign?
GADTs aren't that recent an extension; I would honestly be pretty surprised if any bugs existed in them at this point. :)
Jul
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reviewed Reject Java and rest OOP languages - when to use super or this keywords
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24
revised How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
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Jul
24
answered How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
Jul
24
comment How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
It's from C. :D
Jul
24
comment How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
I don't remember hearing anything like that. :/
Jul
24
comment How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
Okay; I'll try to formulate an answer, if I can find the necessary data myself. :)
Jul
24
comment How do you handle specific networking exceptions in Haskell?
Where is the try function from? I'm not familiar with it.
Jul
22
awarded  Custodian
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
20
comment Why do Haskell functors only have derived types in their target category?
This question is related.
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awarded  Custodian
Jul
17
comment Is it safe in Haskell to save a data structure to a file using “show”, and retrieve it using “read”?
Yes, it is actually stored directly as a byrestring. :)
Jul
17
comment Is it safe in Haskell to save a data structure to a file using “show”, and retrieve it using “read”?
@Carcigenicate What do you mean by "base"? Remember that, to the computer, the text is also binary, so using text is just using binary but less efficiently, by definition.
Jul
17
answered Is it safe in Haskell to save a data structure to a file using “show”, and retrieve it using “read”?