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Competitive Programming in Haskell: reading large inputs with ByteString

In my last post in this series, we looked at building a small Scanner combinator library for lightweight input parsing. It uses String everywhere, and usually this is fine, but occasionally it’s not. A good example is the Kattis problem … Continue reading

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Competitive Programming in Haskell: Scanner

In my previous post I explored solving a simple competitive programming problem in Haskell. The input of the problem just consisted of a bunch of lines containing specific data, so that we could parse it using lines and words. There … Continue reading

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