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  1. getState :: BufferCodec from to state -> IO state

    base GHC.IO.Encoding

    Return the current state of the codec. Many codecs are not stateful, and in these case the state can be represented as '()'. Other codecs maintain a state. For example, UTF-16 recognises a BOM (byte-order-mark) character at the beginning of the input, and remembers thereafter whether to use big-endian or little-endian mode. In this case, the state of the codec would include two pieces of information: whether we are at the beginning of the stream (the BOM only occurs at the beginning), and if not, whether to use the big or little-endian encoding.

  2. getState :: BufferCodec from to state -> IO state

    base GHC.IO.Encoding.Types

    Return the current state of the codec. Many codecs are not stateful, and in these case the state can be represented as '()'. Other codecs maintain a state. For example, UTF-16 recognises a BOM (byte-order-mark) character at the beginning of the input, and remembers thereafter whether to use big-endian or little-endian mode. In this case, the state of the codec would include two pieces of information: whether we are at the beginning of the stream (the BOM only occurs at the beginning), and if not, whether to use the big or little-endian encoding.

  3. getState :: (Monad m) => ParsecT s u m u

    parsec Text.Parsec

    Returns the current user state.

  4. getState :: (Monad m) => ParsecT s u m u

    parsec Text.Parsec.Prim

    Returns the current user state.

  5. getState :: (Monad m) => ParsecT s u m u

    parsec Text.ParserCombinators.Parsec.Prim

    Returns the current user state.

  6. getState :: FCode CgState

    ghc StgCmmMonad

    No documentation available.

  7. getState :: ArrowState s a => a b s

    hxt Control.Arrow.ArrowState

    read the complete state, ignore arrow input definition: getState = accessState (\ s x -> s)

  8. getState :: HasSpock m => m (SpockState m)

    Spock Web.Spock

    Read the application's state. If you wish to have mutable state, you could use a TVar from the STM packge.

  9. getState :: (Monad m, MonadIO m, Indexable a, Serialize a, Typeable a) => String -> x -> a -> m (Either WFErrors (String, x, Stat))

    Workflow Control.Workflow

    No documentation available.

  10. getState :: HasHppState m => m HppState

    hpp Hpp.Types

    No documentation available.

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