[Kind-Lang] Getters and Setters done right in a pure functional language

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  • Kind

    Discontinued A next-gen functional language [Moved to: https://github.com/Kindelia/Kind2] (by Kindelia)

    If anyone is curious, check github.com/kind-lang/kind for more info. Basically a Haskell with a well-thought, consistent design, a friendlier syntax, a blazing JS/Scheme compiler, and dependent types / theorem proving.

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  • inspection-testing

    Inspection Testing for Haskell

    generic-lens, a Haskell library for optics for Generic types, uses inspection-testing to ensure that it has zero overhead over raw getter/setters: src.

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