Syntactic sugar for monad composition in Scala (by monadless)

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  • "A New Library For Imperative ZIO Programming" by Alexander Ioffe at Functional Scala 2022
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  • Kind: A Modern Proof Language
    7 projects | | 11 Aug 2021
    Well `RecordWildcards` has been around for 14 years... but even without it instead of `{..}` you'd just have `_`s. The main thing that is different is that your Kind example had nested case statements while your Haskell example tried to match everything on one shot, which makes for a non-equivalent comparison.

    > Not sure how that could work, though. Idris had an interesting syntax, but IIRC it wasn't general.

    I assume you're talking about idiom brackets for applicatives? The general syntax is given in something like The idea is to basically take async-await syntax and generalize it to any monad.

    So e.g. your `Maybe` example (using `!` for the equivalent of `await` for concision) would look like

      Maybe {
  • Why asynchronous Rust doesn't work
    10 projects | | 9 Mar 2021
    > If anything, async-await feels like an extremely non-functional thing to begin with

    It, like many other things, forms a monad. In fact async-await is a specialization of various monad syntactic sugars that try to eliminate long callback chains.

    Hence things like Haskell's do-notation are direct precursors to async-await (some libraries such as Scala's monadless make it even more explicit, there lift and unlift are exactly generalized versions of async and await).

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monadless/monadless is an open source project licensed under Apache License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of monadless is Scala.

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