A terminal-based typing test written in Haskell
The code is available here.
Haskell API search engine
Cool project and overall I'd say your good is good. There's some stylistic things I might change. Below I've commented on a bunch of random stuff just to give you food for thought and possible leads to look into as a continuing to learn haskell sort of thing. I was pretty bad about citing where functions are from, so I recommend using something like hoogle (https://hoogle.haskell.org/) if it's not clear what function I meant.
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