BSD-3-Clause licensed by Daniel Díaz
Maintained by [email protected]

Module documentation for 0.2.0.0

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Type-enforced sorted lists and related functions.

These are useful for:

  • Constraining the argument of a function to be a sorted list by stating in your type that the input list is a sorted list.

  • Avoiding sorting a list twice.

  • Creating a list that is sorted from the moment of its construction, so it doesn't have to be sorted later.

  • Performing list operations keeping the input list sorted.

  • Improving those list operations that can be benefited from the ordering of its elements.

  • Creating infinite lists that are sorted!

  • And more!

If you are missing a feature, do not hesitate to ask by opening an issue at the bug-tracker.

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