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That is a very good point. We treat "monads" in a very special way in Luna - they have their own type section and we can analyse them and report errors much clearer than Haskell can for example. This does NOT mean that we limit them in any way. You are free to define your monads and convert them to ordinary types or back as you wish :) But we normally dont describe them as monads, just as "context", because it is easier to understand.



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