reverse-arguments

Reverse the arguments of arbitrary functions.

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BSD3 licensed by Anselm Jonas Scholl

Reversing function arguments

This module provides the reverseArgs function which flips the arguments of a function of arbitrary arity. The return value of the flipped function can not be fully polymorphic as this could imply it is a function.

Example:

myFlip :: (a -> b -> c -> d -> [e]) -> d -> c -> b -> a -> [e]
myFlip = reverseArgs

However, if you supply a proof (of the form IsFun a ~ 'False) that a is not a function, you can also return a polymorphic type.

Example:

myFlip :: IsFun e ~ 'False => (a -> b -> c -> d -> e) -> d -> c -> b -> a -> e
myFlip = reverseArgs
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