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2.2 Monadic I/O
2.3 “do” notation
2.4 Control structures
2.5 References
2.6 Leaving the safety belt at home
2.7 A quick review
2.8 Implementation notes
3.1 A denotational semantics?
3.2 An operational semantics
3.3 Labelled transitions
3.4 Evaluation contexts
3.5 Dealing with IORefs
4.1 Threads and forkIO
4.2 Communication and MVars
4.3 Semantics
4.4 Channels
4.5 Summary
5.1 Exceptions in Haskell 98
5.2.1 Imprecise exceptions
5.2.2 Catching an imprecise exception
5.2.3 Semantics of imprecise exceptions
5.3.1 Using asynchronous exceptions
5.3.2 Semantics of asynchronous exceptions
5.4 Summary
6.1 Calling C from Haskell, and Haskell from C
6.2 Dynamic calls
6.3 Marshalling
6.4.1 Foreign objects
6.4.2 Stable pointers
6.5 Implementation notes
6.6 Summary and related work
7 Have we lost the plot?
8 Summary
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Published by: papuchiiglesias on May 17, 2011
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