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It turns out that if you compile Haskell code, and deploy it with a .py extension, everyone will happily use it and no-one will actually look at it...

Ahh, remember back in the good old days when programs had .PRG extensions or file-types? Nobody cared what language a program was written in back then either, as long as it just worked.

Computers and programming don't have to be so complicated. People make them complicated.

Haha brilliant solution!

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