15-312 Foundations of Programming Languages
Lecture 15: Monads

In this lecture we explore an alternative approach to integrating effects into a functional language. By using monads we can isolate effect-full expressions from effect-free (pure) expressions. We consider both the generic framework of monads, and how they isolate effects, and the specific instantiation of the framework for references.

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