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% Formatting for double-sided
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\documentclass[twoside,10pt]{book}
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\usepackage{times}
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\usepackage{makeidx}
\usepackage{graphicx}
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\usepackage{url}
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\usepackage[dvipsnames,usenames]{color}
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\evensidemargin=0in
\oddsidemargin=.5in
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\sloppy
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%---------------------------------------------------------------------
% Joe Fasel said this "twosidefix" is necessary if you really
% have a two-sided printer:
%	(note: double @@'s for verbatim-ery)
\makeatletter
\def\titlepage{\@@restonecolfalse\if@@twocolumn\@@restonecoltrue\onecolumn
 \else \newpage \fi \thispagestyle{empty}\c@@page\m@@ne}
\def\endtitlepage{\if@@twoside\newpage\thispagestyle{empty}\hbox{}
			\else \c@@page\@@z \fi
   \if@@restonecol\twocolumn \else \newpage \fi}
\makeatother
%---------------------------------------------------------------------

% the major sections have \cleardoublepages between them
% if you want those between EVERY section, change the
% following defn:
\newcommand{\startnewsection}{\clearpage}
%
% if doing one-sided printing, change this defn to
% be just "\clearpage":
\newcommand{\startnewstuff}{\cleardoublepage}
% keep some pages from looking unbelievably appalling
\raggedbottom

% Fix those ugly floating figures.
\renewcommand{\floatpagefraction}{0.1}
\renewcommand{\textfraction}{0.1}
\renewcommand{\topfraction}{1.0}
\renewcommand{\bottomfraction}{1.0}

% table of contents: show only down to subsections
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\setcounter{tocdepth}{3}
\setcounter{secnumdepth}{3}
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% general formatting
\textheight=8.5in
\textwidth=6.0in
\topmargin=0in
\pagestyle{headings}

\makeindex
% an extra thing for makeindex
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\newcommand{\hseealso}[2]{{\em see also\/} #1}
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% NEWCOMMANDS

% general
\newcommand{\folks}[1]{\begin{quote}\sf#1\end{quote}}
\newcommand{\sectionpart}[1]{\vspace{2 ex}\noindent{\bf #1}}
\newcommand{\bq}{\begin{quote}}
\newcommand{\eq}{\end{quote}}
\newcommand{\bt}{\begin{tabular}}
\newcommand{\et}{\end{tabular}}
\newcommand{\bto}{\begin{tabular}}
\newcommand{\eto}{\end{tabular}}
\newcommand{\bi}{\begin{itemize}}
\newcommand{\ei}{\end{itemize}}
\newcommand{\struthack}[1]{\rule{0pt}{#1}}
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\newcommand{\inputHS}[1]{{\small \input{#1}}}
% Use smaller font 
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\newcommand{\ToDo}[1]{}
%\newcommand{\ToDo}[1]{({\bf $\spadesuit$ ToDo:} {\em #1})}

\newcommand{\WeSay}[1]{}
%\newcommand{\WeSay}[1]{({\bf $\clubsuit$ YaleSays:} {\em #1})}

\newcommand{\anchor}[2]{#2}

% indexing
\newcommand{\indextt}[1]{\index{#1@@{\tt #1}}}
\newcommand{\indexsyn}[1]{\index{#1@@{\it #1}}}
\newcommand{\indexmodule}[1]{\index{#1@@{\tt #1} (module)}}
\newcommand{\indextycon}[1]{\index{#1@@{\tt #1} (datatype)}}
\newcommand{\indexsynonym}[1]{\index{#1@@{\tt #1} (type synonym)}}
\newcommand{\indexclass}[1]{\index{#1@@{\tt #1} (class)}}
\newcommand{\indexdi}[1]{\index{#1@@{\tt #1} (class)!derived instance}}
\newcommand{\indexnote}[1]{#1n}
\newcommand{\emptystr}{[\,]}
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\newcommand{\ignorehtml}[1]{#1}
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\makeatletter
\def\theindex{\@@restonecoltrue\if@@twocolumn\@@restonecolfalse\fi
\columnseprule \z@@
\columnsep 35pt\twocolumn[\section*{Index}
	\addcontentsline{toc}{section}{Index}
	\input{index-intro}\vskip 20pt]
 \@@mkboth{INDEX}{INDEX}\thispagestyle{plain}\parindent\z@@
 \parskip\z@@ plus .3pt\relax\let\item\@@idxitem
}
\makeatother

% outlined figures
\newcommand{\ecaption}[1]{\vspace{-1 ex}\caption{#1}\vspace{1 ex}}
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\newsavebox{\fmbox}

\newenvironment{outlineenv}
  {\begin{lrbox}{\fmbox}%
   \begin{minipage}{415pt}%
   \vspace{1 ex}}
  {\end{minipage}%
   \vspace{1 ex}%
    \end{lrbox}%
    \begin{center}%
    \fbox{\usebox{\fmbox}}%
     \end{center}}

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\newcommand{\outline}[1]{%
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\begin{lrbox}{\fmbox}%
\begin{minipage}{415pt}%
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\vspace{1 ex}
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#1  
\end{minipage}%
\vspace{1 ex}%
\end{lrbox}%
\begin{center}%
\fbox{\usebox{\fmbox}}%
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\end{center}
}

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\newcommand{\outlinec}{\outline}
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% we used to have a complicated arrangement with a tabular environment
% to indent the code blocks a little, but it ran into difficulties
% when I started using the verbatim environment for code, also it
% looked bad in the HTML output.  The simple way works best: just use
% the quote environment. --SDM 4/2010
\newcommand{\bprog}{\vspace{-1ex}\begin{quote}}
\newcommand{\eprog}{\end{quote}\vspace{-1ex}}
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\newcommand{\bprogB}{}
\newcommand{\eprogB}{}
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\newcommand{\eprogNoSkip}{\eprog}

% setting of code from ffi.tex
%
\makeatletter
\newenvironment{codedesc}{%             % description of code pieces
  \list{}{\labelwidth\z@@
    \let\makelabel\codedesclabel}
  }{%
  \endlist
  }
\newcommand*{\codedesclabel}[1]{%
  \hspace{-\leftmargin}
  \parbox[b]{\labelwidth}{\makebox[0pt][l]{\texttt{#1}}\\}\hfil\relax
  }
\makeatother
\newcommand{\combineitems}{\vspace*{-\itemsep}\vspace*{-\parsep}\vspace*{-1em}}

% general from ffi.tex
%
\newcommand{\clearemptydoublepage}{%
  \newpage{\pagestyle{empty}\cleardoublepage}}
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%special characters
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\newcommand{\bkq}{\mbox{\tt \char'022}} % (syntax) backquote char
\newcommand{\bkqB}{\bkq\hspace{-.2em}} % (syntax) backquote char (Before)
\newcommand{\bkqA}{\hspace{-.2em}\bkq}% (syntax) backquote char (After)
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%\newcommand{\fwq}{\mbox{\it \char'023}} % (syntax) (forward) quote char
% math formatting
\newcommand{\ba}{\begin{array}}
\newcommand{\ea}{\end{array}}
\newcommand{\mc}{\multicolumn}
\newcommand{\pile}[1]{\ba[t]{@@{}l@@{}} #1 \ea}
\newcommand{\eqn}[1]{\ba[t]{@@{}lcl@@{}} #1 \ea}
\newcommand{\equate}[1]{\[\eqn{#1}\]}
\newcommand{\la}{\leftarrow}
\newcommand{\ra}{\rightarrow}
\newcommand{\sq}[1]{[\,#1\,]}
\newcommand{\ab}[1]{\langle#1\rangle}
\newcommand{\ablarge}[1]{\langle \pile{#1\,\rangle}}
\newcommand{\lb}{[\![}
\newcommand{\rb}{]\!]}
\newcommand{\db}[1]{\lb#1\rb}
\newcommand{\ti}[1]{\mbox{{\it #1}}}
\newcommand{\tr}[1]{\mbox{{\rm #1}}}
\newcommand{\tb}[1]{\mbox{{\bf #1}}}
\newcommand{\x}{\times}
\newcommand{\lam}{\lambda}
\newcommand{\kr}{\kappa_{\rho}}
\newcommand{\syneq}{\rightarrow}
% denotational semantics
\newcommand{\denote}[3]{\[\ba{c} {\cal #1} : #2 \\[1 ex] #3 \ea\]}
\newcommand{\den}[2]{{\cal #1}\db{#2}\,}

\newcommand{\A}{\den{A}}
\newcommand{\B}{\den{B}}
\newcommand{\D}{\den{D}}
\newcommand{\E}{\den{E}}
\newcommand{\F}{\den{F}}
\newcommand{\G}{\den{G}}
\newcommand{\I}{\den{I}}
%%% \renewcommand{\L}{\den{L}}
\newcommand{\LE}{\den{L_E}}
\newcommand{\LH}{\den{L_H}}
\newcommand{\M}{\den{M}}
%%% \renewcommand{\O}{\den{O}}
\renewcommand{\P}{\den{P}}
\newcommand{\Pbot}{\den{P_{\bot}}}
\newcommand{\Q}{\den{Q}}
\newcommand{\R}{\den{R}}
\renewcommand{\S}{\den{S}}
\newcommand{\V}{\den{V}}
\newcommand{\W}{\den{W}}
\newcommand{\T}[2]{\den{T}{#1}\,\db{#2}}
% meta language
\newcommand{\PP}{\den{P'}}
\newcommand{\PS}{\den{P_S}}
\newcommand{\otherwise}{\quad\tr{otherwise}}
\newcommand{\case}[2]{\pile{
 \tr{case}\ (#1)\ \tr{of} \\
 \ba{@@{\quad}l@@{\ \ra\ }l@@{}} #2 \ea}}
\newcommand{\where}[2]{#1 \quad\tr{where}\quad #2}
\newcommand{\wherelarge}[2]{\pile{#1 \\ \tr{where} \\ \eqn{#2}}}
\newcommand{\cond}[3]{#1 \ra #2,\ #3}
\newcommand{\condlarge}[1]{\ba[t]{@@{}l@@{\ \ra\ }l@@{}} #1 \ea}
\newcommand{\range}[2]{{}_{#1}^{#2}\,}
% semantic operators
\newcommand{\concat}{\frown}
\newcommand{\seq}[1]{\ti{List}\ #1}
\newcommand{\opt}[1]{\widetilde{#1}}
\newcommand{\ov}{\opt{v}}
\newcommand{\fail}{\ti{none}}
\newcommand{\nonfail}{\ti{proper}}
\newcommand{\sym}{\bigtriangledown}
\newcommand{\pri}{\mathbin{\vec{\sym}}}
\newcommand{\mrg}{\mathbin{\dot{\sym}}}
\newcommand{\Sym}{\mathbin{\nabla}}
\newcommand{\Pri}{\mathbin{\vec{\Sym}}}
\newcommand{\Mrg}{\mathbin{\dot{\Sym}}}
\newcommand{\optSym}{\mathbin{\opt{\Sym}}}
\newcommand{\optodot}{\mathbin{\opt{\odot}}}
\newcommand{\proj}{\mid}
\newcommand{\restrict}{\setminus}
\newcommand{\sel}[4]{\ti{sel}_{#3#2}\ #4}
\newcommand{\bindnone}{\ti{bindnone}}
\newcommand{\bindvar}[2]{\ti{bindvar}\ \db{#1}\ #2}
\newcommand{\bindcon}[2]{\ti{bindcon}\ \db{#1}\ #2}
\newcommand{\bindconlarge}[4]{
 #4\ \bindcon{#1}{\ablarge{ #2, \\ #3}}}
\newcommand{\bindmod}[2]{\ti{bindmod}\ \db{#1}\ #2}

\newcommand{\lookupval}[2]{\ti{lookupval}\ #1\ \db{#2}} %%% NEW
\newcommand{\lookupcon}[1]{\ti{lookupcon}\ \db{#1}} %%% NEW
\newcommand{\lookupdecon}[2]{\ti{lookupdecon}\ #1\ \db{#2}} %%% NEW

% used in static.verb
\newcommand{\TT}{\den{T_T}}
\newcommand{\TA}{\den{T_A}}
\newcommand{\TB}{\den{T_B}}
\newcommand{\TD}{\den{T_D}}
\newcommand{\TDA}{\den{T_{D_A}}}
\newcommand{\TDB}{\den{T_{D_B}}}
\newcommand{\TDP}{\den{T_{P_D}}}
\newcommand{\TE}{\den{T_E}}
\newcommand{\TLE}{\den{T_{L_E}}}
\newcommand{\TLH}{\den{T_{L_H}}}
%%% \newcommand{\TG}{\den{T_G}}
\newcommand{\TQ}{\den{T_Q}}
%%% \newcommand{\TR}{\den{T_R}}
\newcommand{\TF}{\den{T_F}}
\newcommand{\TFA}{\den{T_F'}}
\newcommand{\TP}{\den{T_P}}
\newcommand{\TPP}{\den{T_P'}}
\newcommand{\TPS}{\den{T_{PS}}}
\newcommand{\MGU}{\ti{MGU}}
\newcommand{\TI}{\den{T_I}}
\newcommand{\TL}{\den{T_L}}
\newcommand{\TM}{\den{T_M}}
%%% \newcommand{\TO}{\den{T_O}}
\newcommand{\TS}{\den{T_S}}
\newcommand{\TV}{\den{T_V}}
\newcommand{\tenvm}{\ddot{\nabla}}
\renewcommand{\tb}[1]{\triangleright#1\triangleleft}
\newcommand{\unbindvar}[2]{\ti{unbindvar}\ \db{#1}\ #2}
\newcommand{\unbindcon}[2]{\ti{unbindcon}\ \db{#1}\ #2}

% Haskell syntax macros: math mode assumed
\newcommand{\system}[2]{#1@;;@\cdots@;;@#2}
\newcommand{\module}[4]{module\ #1@:@\ #2\ #3\ #4}
\newcommand{\exposing}[1]{@expose@\ #1}
\newcommand{\hiding}[1]{@hide@\ #1}
\newcommand{\importnone}{\;}
\newcommand{\importcomb}[2]{#1\ @;;@\ #2}
\newcommand{\import}[2]{@import@\ #1\ #2}
\newcommand{\rename}[2]{#1\ @=@\ #2}
\newcommand{\declcomb}[2]{#1\ @;;@\ #2}

\newcommand{\type}[2]{@type@\ #1\ @=@\;#2}
\newcommand{\data}[2]{@data@\ #1\ @=@\;#2}
\newcommand{\tuple}[2]{@tuple@\ #1\ @=@\;#2} %%% NEW!
\newcommand{\view}[3]{@view@\ #1\ @=@\;#2\ @where@\ @{@\ #3\ @}@}
\newcommand{\class}[2]{@class@\ #1\ @where@\ @{@\ #2\ @}@}
\newcommand{\instance}[2]{@instance@\ #1\ @where@\ @{@\ #2\ @}@}
\newcommand{\signature}[2]{#1\ @::@\ #2}
\newcommand{\binding}[2]{#1\ @=@\ #2}
\newcommand{\lamexpr}[2]{@\@ #1 @->@ #2}
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% While lambda defs. change...  if change, take care of preceding line MMG
\newcommand{\lamb}{@\ @}
\newcommand{\whereexpr}[2]{#1\ @where@\ @{@\ #2\ @}@}
\newcommand{\compexpr}[2]{@[@#1\ @|@\ #2@]@}
\newcommand{\genclause}[2]{#1\ @<-@\ #2}
\newcommand{\qualcomb}[2]{#1\ @,@\ #2}
\newcommand{\genguard}[1]{\ #1\ }
\newcommand{\caseexpr}[2]{@case@\ #1\ @of@\ @{@\ #2\ @}@}
\newcommand{\simplecaseexpr}[5]{@case@\ #1\ @of@\ @{@\ #2\ @->@\ #3;\ #4\ @->@\ #5\ @}@} 
\newcommand{\iteexpr}[3]{@if@\ #1\ @then@\ #2\ @else@\ #3}
\newcommand{\itexpr}[2]{@if@\ #1\ @then@\ #2}
\newcommand{\gpat}[2]{#1\ @|@\ #2}
\newcommand{\aspat}[2]{#1 @ @@ @ #2}
\newcommand{\fclause}[2]{#1\ @=@\ #2}
\newcommand{\fsym}[2]{#1\ @;@\ #2}
\newcommand{\fpri}[2]{#1\ @;@\ @else@\ @;@\ #2}
\newcommand{\aclause}[2]{#1\ @->@\ #2}
\newcommand{\saclause}[4]{#1\ @->@\ #2;\ #3\ @->@\ #4}
\newcommand{\asym}[2]{#1\ @;@\ #2}
\newcommand{\apri}[2]{#1\ @;@\ @else@\ @;@\ #2}
\newcommand{\dotted}[3]{#1\ #2\ \ldots\ #3}
\newcommand{\functype}[2]{#1\ @->@\ #2}
\newcommand{\predtype}[2]{#1\ @=>@ #2}
\newcommand{\xp}{\dotted{x}{p_1}{p_n}}
\newcommand{\xpg}{\dotted{x}{p_1}{p_n\ @{@\ g\ @}@}}
\newcommand{\es}{e_1\ \ldots\ e_n}
\newcommand{\ps}{p_1\ \ldots\ p_n}
\newcommand{\vs}{v_1\ \ldots\ v_n} %%% NEW
\newcommand{\xs}{x_1\ \ldots\ x_n} %%% NEW
\newcommand{\cT}{\dotted{c}{T_1}{T_n}}
\newcommand{\cTm}{\dotted{c_i}{T_{i1}}{T_{in_i}}\, @|@\range{i=1}{m}}
% syntax meta-language
\newcommand{\arity}[1]{\tr{arity}\ #1}
\newcommand{\infix}[1]{\tr{infix}\ #1}
\newcommand{\prefix}[1]{\tr{prefix}\ #1}
%
\newcommand{\tl}[1]{{\sc #1}}
\newcommand{\Haskell}{Haskell}

\newcommand{\subsubsubsection}{\subsubsection*}
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\newcommand{\subsubsubsubsection}{\subsubsubsection*}
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% Haskell-prime markup: this annotates the new/changed parts of the report.
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\definecolor{prime}{named}{DarkOrchid}
\newcommand{\hprime}[1]{\color{prime}#1\normalcolor}
\newenvironment{haskellprime}{\color{prime}}{\normalcolor}

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%\sloppy

% a few hyphenation patterns, anyone?
\hyphenation{da-ta-type da-ta-types}
\hyphenation{Has-kell}


\begin{document}

\input{iso-chars}

% Set the float fractions to sensible values
\setcounter{topnumber}{2}
\setcounter{bottomnumber}{0}
\setcounter{totalnumber}{2}
\setcounter{dbltopnumber}{2}
\renewcommand{\textfraction}{0.1}
\renewcommand{\floatpagefraction}{0.9}
\renewcommand{\dblfloatpagefraction}{0.9}

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% ------------------------- Title page -----------------------------------

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\begin{titlepage}

\setcounter{page}{0}

\outline{
\vspace{.3in}
\begin{center}
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{\LARGE\bf Haskell 2010 (DRAFT)} \\[.1in]
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{\LARGE\bf Language Report} \\[.3in]
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\end{center}
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\vspace{.3in}
}
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\vspace{.15in}
\begin{center} \large
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Simon Marlow\\
(editor)
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\end{center}
\vspace{.15in}

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\vspace{3in}
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\begin{center} \emph{Copyright notice.} \end{center}
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The authors and publisher intend this Report to belong to the entire Haskell
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community, and grant permission to copy and distribute it for any
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purpose, provided that it is reproduced in its
entirety, including this Notice. Modified versions of this Report may
also be copied and distributed for any 
purpose,
provided that the modified version is clearly presented as such, and
that it does not claim to be a definition of the language Haskell 98.
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\end{titlepage}

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% ------------------------- Preface -----------------------------------

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\pagenumbering{roman}

\clearpage
\clearpage
\tableofcontents
\startnewstuff

\parskip=10pt plus2pt minus2pt
\setlength{\parindent}{0cm}

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\input{preface}
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% ------------------------- Part I: language report -----------------------------------

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\pagestyle{headings}
\startnewstuff
\pagenumbering{arabic}

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\part{The Haskell 2010 Language}
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\input{intro}\startnewsection
\input{lexemes}\startnewsection
\input{exps}\startnewsection
\input{decls}\startnewsection
\input{modules}\startnewsection
\input{basic}\startnewsection
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\input{io-13}\startnewsection
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\input{ffi}\startnewsection
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% \appendix
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\input{standard-prelude}\startnewsection
\input{syntax-iso}\startnewsection
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\input{fixity}\startnewsection
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\input{derived}\startnewsection
\input{pragmas}
%%
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% ------------------------- Part II: libraries report -----------------------------------

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\part{The Haskell 2010 Libraries}
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\label{libraries}
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\input{ratio}\startnewsection
\input{complex}\startnewsection
\input{numeric}\startnewsection
\input{ix}\startnewsection
\input{array}\startnewsection
\input{list}\startnewsection
\input{maybe}\startnewsection
\input{char}\startnewsection
\input{monad}\startnewsection
\input{io}\startnewsection
\input{directory}\startnewsection
\input{system}\startnewsection
\input{time}\startnewsection
\input{locale}\startnewsection
\input{cputime}\startnewsection
\input{random}\startnewsection

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\input{lib-data-intword}
\input{lib-data-bits}

\input{lib-foreign}
\input{lib-ptr}
\input{lib-foreignptr}
\input{lib-storable}
\input{lib-stableptr}
\input{lib-marshal}
\input{lib-marshalerror}
\input{lib-marshalutils}
\input{lib-marshalalloc}
\input{lib-marshalarray}
\input{lib-cforeign}
\input{lib-ctypes}
\input{lib-cstring}
\input{lib-cerror}
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\startnewstuff
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\input{index-extra}

% Add a contents line for the References -- may be off by one page
\addcontentsline{toc}{section}{References}
\bibliographystyle{plain}
\bibliography{haskell}
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\startnewstuff
\printindex
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\end{document}

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