Instances of the Algebra.* classes for functions github.com/kreuzschlitzschraubenzieher/function-instances-algebra
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This package provides instances for functions
(k -> a) of the classes
Absolute, Algebraic, Differential, Field, Lattice, Monoid, Ring and Transcendental
from the numeric-prelude package. An instance for Additive already comes with the
a has an instance for one of the classes, then
(k -> a) has too.
The instances do what you would expect. Values become constant functions:
zero = const zero
Unary functions are composed:
sin f = sin . f
Binary functions fan out the input and combine both results:
f + g = \x -> f x + g x
You can either import them separately or import
get them all at once.