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README.md

monadic-printer Travis Status

A simple library for writing texts easier using do-notation.

Usage

Writing lines of text

log_ $ do
  "A message on the first line"
  ""
  "Some more messages"
  "combining " <> "text"

Prints the following to stdout

A message on the first line

Some more messages
combining text

Writing long texts

getText $ do
  "My text"
  "line"
  "by"
  "line"

Produces "My text\nline\nby\nline" :: Text

Or you can retrieve the content as list of lines

getLines $ do
  "My text"
  "line"
  "by"
  "line"

Produces ["My text","line","by","line"] :: [Text]

Rational

In many applications I end up writing something like

putStrLn "Hello user, you have to do something for me"
putStrLn "First: stand up"
putStrLn "Clap your hands"
...

And it gets tedious quickly, so I decided to make this very simple library which allows writing longer texts with do notation.

This application is opinionated about the type of String it uses. I chose Text because it is more efficient than String, yet not as difficult to deal with as ByteString.

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