[<<][haskell][>>][..]Sun Jun 17 03:22:22 EDT 2018

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Applicative_functor ... they allow sequencing of functorial computations (unlike plain functors) but without deciding on which computation to perform on the basis of the result of a previous computation (unlike monads) Example of an Applicative that is not a Monad? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7220436/good-examples-of-not-a-functor-functor-applicative-monad ... a type constructor that's Applicative but not a Monad, a very common example would be ZipList. https://www.xanthir.com/b4fM0

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