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By mswatcher
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Submitted: Mar 08 2013 / 07:08

We are closing in on the actual requirements of the "monad pattern". So far we've seen that for a monadic type M, there must be a simple way to "wrap up" any value of T into an M. And last time we saw that any function that takes an A and returns an R can be applied to an M to produce an M such that both the action of the function and the "amplification" of the monad are preserved, which is pretty cool. It looks like we're done; what more could you possibly want?
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