Portability  Rank2Types 

Stability  provisional 
Maintainer  Edward Kmett <ekmett@gmail.com> 
Safe Haskell  None 
A
is a purely functional reference.
Lens
a b c d
While a Traversal
could be used for
Getting
like a valid Fold
,
it wasn't a valid Getter
as Applicative
wasn't a superclass of
Gettable
.
Functor
, however is the superclass of both.
typeLens
a b c d = forall f.Functor
f => (c > f d) > a > f b
Every Lens
is a valid Setter
, choosing f
=
Mutator
.
Every Lens
can be used for Getting
like a
Fold
that doesn't use the Applicative
or
Gettable
.
Every Lens
is a valid Traversal
that only uses
the Functor
part of the Applicative
it is supplied.
Every Lens
can be used for Getting
like a valid
Getter
, since Functor
is a superclass of Gettable
Since every Lens
can be used for Getting
like a
valid Getter
it follows that it must view exactly one element in the
structure.
The lens laws follow from this property and the desire for it to act like
a Traversable
when used as a
Traversal
.
 type Lens a b c d = forall f. Functor f => (c > f d) > a > f b
 type Simple f a b = f a a b b
 type :> a b = forall f. Functor f => (b > f b) > a > f a
 lens :: (a > c) > (a > d > b) > Lens a b c d
 (%%~) :: LensLike f a b c d > (c > f d) > a > f b
 (%%=) :: MonadState a m => LensLike ((,) e) a a c d > (c > (e, d)) > m e
 resultAt :: Eq e => e > (e > a) :> a
 choosing :: Functor f => LensLike f a b c c > LensLike f a' b' c c > LensLike f (Either a a') (Either b b') c c
 chosen :: Lens (Either a a) (Either b b) a b
 alongside :: LensLike (Context c d) a b c d > LensLike (Context c' d') a' b' c' d' > Lens (a, a') (b, b') (c, c') (d, d')
 (<%~) :: LensLike ((,) d) a b c d > (c > d) > a > (d, b)
 (<+~) :: Num c => LensLike ((,) c) a b c c > c > a > (c, b)
 (<~) :: Num c => LensLike ((,) c) a b c c > c > a > (c, b)
 (<*~) :: Num c => LensLike ((,) c) a b c c > c > a > (c, b)
 (<//~) :: Fractional c => LensLike ((,) c) a b c c > c > a > (c, b)
 (<^~) :: (Num c, Integral d) => LensLike ((,) c) a b c c > d > a > (c, b)
 (<^^~) :: (Fractional c, Integral d) => LensLike ((,) c) a b c c > d > a > (c, b)
 (<**~) :: Floating c => LensLike ((,) c) a b c c > c > a > (c, b)
 (<~) :: LensLike ((,) Bool) a b Bool Bool > Bool > a > (Bool, b)
 (<&&~) :: LensLike ((,) Bool) a b Bool Bool > Bool > a > (Bool, b)
 (<<%~) :: LensLike ((,) c) a b c d > (c > d) > a > (c, b)
 (<<.~) :: LensLike ((,) c) a b c d > d > a > (c, b)
 (<%=) :: MonadState a m => LensLike ((,) d) a a c d > (c > d) > m d
 (<+=) :: (MonadState a m, Num b) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > b > m b
 (<=) :: (MonadState a m, Num b) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > b > m b
 (<*=) :: (MonadState a m, Num b) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > b > m b
 (<//=) :: (MonadState a m, Fractional b) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > b > m b
 (<^=) :: (MonadState a m, Num b, Integral c) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > c > m b
 (<^^=) :: (MonadState a m, Fractional b, Integral c) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > c > m b
 (<**=) :: (MonadState a m, Floating b) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > b > m b
 (<=) :: MonadState a m => SimpleLensLike ((,) Bool) a Bool > Bool > m Bool
 (<&&=) :: MonadState a m => SimpleLensLike ((,) Bool) a Bool > Bool > m Bool
 (<<%=) :: MonadState a m => LensLike ((,) c) a a c d > (c > d) > m c
 (<<.=) :: MonadState a m => LensLike ((,) c) a a c d > d > m c
 (<<~) :: MonadState a m => LensLike (Context c d) a a c d > m d > m d
 cloneLens :: Functor f => LensLike (Context c d) a b c d > (c > f d) > a > f b
 newtype ReifiedLens a b c d = ReifyLens {
 reflectLens :: Lens a b c d
 type LensLike f a b c d = (c > f d) > a > f b
 type Overloaded k f a b c d = k (c > f d) (a > f b)
 type SimpleLens a b = Lens a a b b
 type SimpleLensLike f a b = LensLike f a a b b
 type SimpleOverloaded k f a b = Overloaded k f a a b b
 type SimpleReifiedLens a b = ReifiedLens a a b b
Lenses
type Lens a b c d = forall f. Functor f => (c > f d) > a > f bSource
A Lens
is actually a lens family as described in
http://comonad.com/reader/2012/mirroredlenses/.
With great power comes great responsibility and a Lens
is subject to the
three common sense lens laws:
1) You get back what you put in:
view
l (set
l b a) ≡ b
2) Putting back what you got doesn't change anything:
set
l (view
l a) a ≡ a
3) Setting twice is the same as setting once:
set
l c (set
l b a) ≡set
l c a
These laws are strong enough that the 4 type parameters of a Lens
cannot
vary fully independently. For more on how they interact, read the "Why is
it a Lens Family?" section of
http://comonad.com/reader/2012/mirroredlenses/.
Every Lens
can be used directly as a Setter
or
Traversal
.
You can also use a Lens
for Getting
as if it were a
Fold
or Getter
.
Since every lens is a valid Traversal
, the
traversal laws are required of any lenses you create:
lpure
≡pure
fmap
(l f).
l g ≡getCompose
.
l (Compose
.
fmap
f.
g)
typeLens
a b c d = forall f.Functor
f =>LensLike
f a b c d
type Simple f a b = f a a b bSource
A Simple
Lens
, Simple
Traversal
, ... can
be used instead of a Lens
,Traversal
, ...
whenever the type variables don't change upon setting a value.
imaginary
::Simple
Lens
(Complex
a) atraverseHead
::Simple
Traversal
[a] a
Note: To use this alias in your own code with
or
LensLike
fSetter
, you may have to turn on LiberalTypeSynonyms
.
(%%~) :: LensLike f a b c d > (c > f d) > a > f bSource
(%%~
) can be used in one of two scenarios:
When applied to a Lens
, it can edit the target of the Lens
in a
structure, extracting a functorial result.
When applied to a Traversal
, it can edit the
targets of the Traversals
, extracting an applicative summary of its
actions.
For all that the definition of this combinator is just:
(%%~
) ≡id
(%%~
) ::Functor
f =>Iso
a b c d > (c > f d) > a > f b (%%~
) ::Functor
f =>Lens
a b c d > (c > f d) > a > f b (%%~
) ::Applicative
f =>Traversal
a b c d > (c > f d) > a > f b
It may be beneficial to think about it as if it had these even more restrictive types, however:
When applied to a Traversal
, it can edit the
targets of the Traversals
, extracting a supplemental monoidal summary
of its actions, by choosing f = ((,) m)
(%%~
) ::Iso
a b c d > (c > (e, d)) > a > (e, b) (%%~
) ::Lens
a b c d > (c > (e, d)) > a > (e, b) (%%~
) ::Monoid
m =>Traversal
a b c d > (c > (m, d)) > a > (m, b)
(%%=) :: MonadState a m => LensLike ((,) e) a a c d > (c > (e, d)) > m eSource
Modify the target of a Lens
in the current state returning some extra
information of c
or modify all targets of a
Traversal
in the current state, extracting extra
information of type c
and return a monoidal summary of the changes.
(%%=
) ≡ (state
.
)
It may be useful to think of (%%=
), instead, as having either of the
following more restricted type signatures:
(%%=
) ::MonadState
a m =>Iso
a a c d > (c > (e, d) > m e (%%=
) ::MonadState
a m =>Lens
a a c d > (c > (e, d) > m e (%%=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Monoid
e) =>Traversal
a a c d > (c > (e, d) > m e
resultAt :: Eq e => e > (e > a) :> aSource
This lens can be used to change the result of a function but only where the arguments match the key given.
Lateral Composition
choosing :: Functor f => LensLike f a b c c > LensLike f a' b' c c > LensLike f (Either a a') (Either b b') c cSource
Merge two lenses, getters, setters, folds or traversals.
chosen
≡choosing
id
id
choosing
::Getter
a c >Getter
b c >Getter
(Either
a b) cchoosing
::Fold
a c >Fold
b c >Fold
(Either
a b) cchoosing
::Simple
Lens
a c >Simple
Lens
b c >Simple
Lens
(Either
a b) cchoosing
::Simple
Traversal
a c >Simple
Traversal
b c >Simple
Traversal
(Either
a b) cchoosing
::Simple
Setter
a c >Simple
Setter
b c >Simple
Setter
(Either
a b) c
alongside :: LensLike (Context c d) a b c d > LensLike (Context c' d') a' b' c' d' > Lens (a, a') (b, b') (c, c') (d, d')Source
Setting Functionally with Passthrough
(<//~) :: Fractional c => LensLike ((,) c) a b c c > c > a > (c, b)Source
Divide the target of a fractionally valued Lens
and return the result.
When you do not need the result of the division, (//~
) is more flexible.
(<//~
) ::Fractional
b =>Simple
Lens
a b > b > a > (b, a) (<//~
) ::Fractional
b =>Simple
Iso
a b > b > a > (b, a)
(<^~) :: (Num c, Integral d) => LensLike ((,) c) a b c c > d > a > (c, b)Source
Raise the target of a numerically valued Lens
to a nonnegative
Integral
power and return the result
When you do not need the result of the division, (^~
) is more flexible.
(<^~
) :: (Num
b,Integral
c) =>Simple
Lens
a b > c > a > (b, a) (<^~
) :: (Num
b,Integral
c) =>Simple
Iso
a b > c > a > (b, a)
(<^^~) :: (Fractional c, Integral d) => LensLike ((,) c) a b c c > d > a > (c, b)Source
Raise the target of a fractionally valued Lens
to an Integral
power
and return the result.
When you do not need the result of the division, (^^~
) is more flexible.
(<^^~
) :: (Fractional
b,Integral
c) =>Simple
Lens
a b > c > a > (b, a) (<^^~
) :: (Fractional
b,Integral
c) =>Simple
Iso
a b > c > a > (b, a)
Setting State with Passthrough
(<%=) :: MonadState a m => LensLike ((,) d) a a c d > (c > d) > m dSource
Modify the target of a Lens
into your monad's state by a user supplied
function and return the result.
When applied to a Traversal
, it this will return a monoidal summary of all of the intermediate
results.
When you do not need the result of the operation, (%=
) is more flexible.
(<%=
) ::MonadState
a m =>Simple
Lens
a b > (b > b) > m b (<%=
) ::MonadState
a m =>Simple
Iso
a b > (b > b) > m b (<%=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Monoid
b) =>Simple
Traveral
a b > (b > b) > m b
(<+=) :: (MonadState a m, Num b) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > b > m bSource
(<=) :: (MonadState a m, Num b) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > b > m bSource
Subtract from the target of a numerically valued Lens
into your monad's
state and return the result.
When you do not need the result of the multiplication, (=
) is more
flexible.
(<=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Num
b) =>Simple
Lens
a b > b > m b (<=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Num
b) =>Simple
Iso
a b > b > m b
(<*=) :: (MonadState a m, Num b) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > b > m bSource
Multiply the target of a numerically valued Lens
into your monad's
state and return the result.
When you do not need the result of the multiplication, (*=
) is more
flexible.
(<*=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Num
b) =>Simple
Lens
a b > b > m b (<*=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Num
b) =>Simple
Iso
a b > b > m b
(<//=) :: (MonadState a m, Fractional b) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > b > m bSource
Divide the target of a fractionally valued Lens
into your monad's state
and return the result.
When you do not need the result of the division, (//=
) is more flexible.
(<//=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Fractional
b) =>Simple
Lens
a b > b > m b (<//=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Fractional
b) =>Simple
Iso
a b > b > m b
(<^=) :: (MonadState a m, Num b, Integral c) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > c > m bSource
Raise the target of a numerically valued Lens
into your monad's state
to a nonnegative Integral
power and return the result.
When you do not need the result of the operation, (**=
) is more flexible.
(<^=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Num
b,Integral
c) =>Simple
Lens
a b > c > m b (<^=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Num
b,Integral
c) =>Simple
Iso
a b > c > m b
(<^^=) :: (MonadState a m, Fractional b, Integral c) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > c > m bSource
Raise the target of a fractionally valued Lens
into your monad's state
to an Integral
power and return the result.
When you do not need the result of the operation, (^^=
) is more flexible.
(<^^=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Fractional
b,Integral
c) =>Simple
Lens
a b > c > m b (<^^=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Fractional
b,Integral
c) =>Simple
Iso
a b > c > m b
(<**=) :: (MonadState a m, Floating b) => SimpleLensLike ((,) b) a b > b > m bSource
Raise the target of a floatingpoint valued Lens
into your monad's
state to an arbitrary power and return the result.
When you do not need the result of the operation, (**=
) is more flexible.
(<**=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Floating
b) =>Simple
Lens
a b > b > m b (<**=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Floating
b) =>Simple
Iso
a b > b > m b
(<=) :: MonadState a m => SimpleLensLike ((,) Bool) a Bool > Bool > m BoolSource
(<&&=) :: MonadState a m => SimpleLensLike ((,) Bool) a Bool > Bool > m BoolSource
(<<%=) :: MonadState a m => LensLike ((,) c) a a c d > (c > d) > m cSource
Modify the target of a Lens
into your monad's state by a user supplied
function and return the old value that was replaced.
When applied to a Traversal
, it this will return a monoidal summary of all of the old values
present.
When you do not need the result of the operation, (%=
) is more flexible.
(<<%=
) ::MonadState
a m =>Simple
Lens
a b > (b > b) > m b (<<%=
) ::MonadState
a m =>Simple
Iso
a b > (b > b) > m b (<<%=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Monoid
b) =>Simple
Traveral
a b > (b > b) > m b
(<<.=) :: MonadState a m => LensLike ((,) c) a a c d > d > m cSource
Modify the target of a Lens
into your monad's state by a user supplied
function and return the old value that was replaced.
When applied to a Traversal
, it this will return a monoidal summary of all of the old values
present.
When you do not need the result of the operation, (%=
) is more flexible.
(<<%=
) ::MonadState
a m =>Simple
Lens
a b > (b > b) > m b (<<%=
) ::MonadState
a m =>Simple
Iso
a b > (b > b) > m b (<<%=
) :: (MonadState
a m,Monoid
b) =>Simple
Traveral
a b > (b > b) > m b
(<<~) :: MonadState a m => LensLike (Context c d) a a c d > m d > m dSource
Run a monadic action, and set the target of Lens
to its result.
(<<~
) ::MonadState
a m =>Iso
a a c d > m d > m d (<<~
) ::MonadState
a m =>Lens
a a c d > m d > m d
NB: This is limited to taking an actual Lens
than admitting a Traversal
because
there are potential loss of state issues otherwise.
Cloning Lenses
cloneLens :: Functor f => LensLike (Context c d) a b c d > (c > f d) > a > f bSource
Cloning a Lens
is one way to make sure you arent given
something weaker, such as a Traversal
and can be
used as a way to pass around lenses that have to be monomorphic in f
.
Note: This only accepts a proper Lens
.
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newtype ReifiedLens a b c d Source
Useful for storing lenses in containers.
ReifyLens  

Simplified and InProgress
type LensLike f a b c d = (c > f d) > a > f bSource
Many combinators that accept a Lens
can also accept a
Traversal
in limited situations.
They do so by specializing the type of Functor
that they require of the
caller.
If a function accepts a
for some LensLike
f a b c dFunctor
f
,
then they may be passed a Lens
.
Further, if f
is an Applicative
, they may also be passed a
Traversal
.
type Overloaded k f a b c d = k (c > f d) (a > f b)Source
typeLensLike
f a b c d =Overloaded
(>) f a b c d
type SimpleLens a b = Lens a a b bSource
typeSimpleLens
=Simple
Lens
type SimpleLensLike f a b = LensLike f a a b bSource
typeSimpleLensLike
f =Simple
(LensLike
f)
type SimpleOverloaded k f a b = Overloaded k f a a b bSource
typeSimpleOverloaded
k f a b =Simple
(Overloaded
k f) a b
type SimpleReifiedLens a b = ReifiedLens a a b bSource
typeSimpleReifiedLens
=Simple
ReifiedLens