Rigid types and block arguments
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- Rigid type variables – Understanding that phrase that shows up in your compile errors can help you learn more about the type system.
- BlockArguments, the fun new
BlockArgumentsis new in GHC 8.6.1! GHC extension stealing everyone’s dollars.
- We’ve expanded the ScopedTypeVariables page yet again to include a section on its history.
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