|Maintainer||Gracjan Polak <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
The Acme.Dont module provides the indispensable don't command, ported from Perl.
For more information see influential documentation: http://search.cpan.org/~dconway/Acme-Don-t-1.01/t.pm
main = don't $ do name <- getLine putStrLn $ "hello " ++ name
The Acme.Dont module provides a don't command, which is the opposite of Haskell's built-in do. It is used exactly like the do monadic construct except that, instead of executing the block it controls, it... well... doesn't.
Regardless of the contents of the block, don't returns ().