{- - ``Control/Monad/Loops'' -} {-# LANGUAGE CPP #-} -- |A collection of loop operators for use in monads (mostly in stateful ones). -- -- There is a general naming pattern for many of these: -- Functions with names ending in _ discard the results of the loop body -- as in the standard Prelude 'mapM' functions. -- -- Functions with names ending in ' collect their results into 'MonadPlus' -- containers. Note that any short-circuit effect that those types' -- 'MonadPlus' instances may provide in a lazy context (such as the instance -- for 'Maybe') will _not_ cause execution to short-circuit in these loops. -- -- Functions with names ending in neither of those will generally return -- just plain old lists. module Control.Monad.Loops ( module Control.Monad.Loops #ifdef useSTM , module Control.Monad.Loops.STM #endif ) where import Control.Monad import Control.Exception import Control.Concurrent #ifndef base4 #define SomeException Exception #endif #ifdef useSTM import Control.Monad.Loops.STM #endif -- possibly-useful addition? : -- concatMapM :: (Monad m, Traversable f, Monoid w) => (a -> m w) -> (f a) -> m w -- would also like to implement an "interleavable" version of forkMapM (probably -- using something other than a list in the return) that can effectively handle -- very large or even infinite input lists. -- |Like 'mapM', but run all the actions in parallel threads, collecting up -- the results and returning them all. Does not return until all actions finish. forkMapM :: (a -> IO b) -> [a] -> IO [Either SomeException b] forkMapM f xs = do mvars <- forM xs $ \x -> do mvar <- newEmptyMVar forkIO $ do result <- handle (return . Left) $ do y <- f x return (Right y) putMVar mvar result return mvar mapM takeMVar mvars -- | like 'forkMapM' but without bothering to keep the return values forkMapM_ :: (a -> IO b) -> [a] -> IO [Maybe SomeException] forkMapM_ f xs = do mvars <- forM xs $ \x -> do mvar <- newEmptyMVar forkIO $ do -- in base >=4, need to nail down the type of 'handle' let handleAny :: (SomeException -> IO a) -> IO a -> IO a handleAny = handle result <- handleAny (return . Just) $ do f x return Nothing putMVar mvar result return mvar mapM takeMVar mvars -- | like 'forkMapM_' but not even bothering to track success or failure -- of the child threads. Still waits for them all though. forkMapM__ :: (a -> IO b) -> [a] -> IO () forkMapM__ f xs = do mvars <- forM xs $ \x -> do mvar <- newEmptyMVar forkIO $ do -- in base >=4, need to nail down the type of 'handle' let handleAny :: (SomeException -> IO a) -> IO a -> IO a handleAny = handle handleAny (\e -> return ()) $ do f x return () putMVar mvar () return mvar mapM_ takeMVar mvars {-# SPECIALIZE whileM :: IO Bool -> IO a -> IO [a] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE whileM' :: Monad m => m Bool -> m a -> m [a] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE whileM' :: IO Bool -> IO a -> IO [a] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE whileM_ :: IO Bool -> IO a -> IO () #-} -- |Execute an action repeatedly as long as the given boolean expression -- returns True. The condition is evaluated before the loop body. -- Collects the results into a list. whileM :: Monad m => m Bool -> m a -> m [a] whileM = whileM' -- |Execute an action repeatedly as long as the given boolean expression -- returns True. The condition is evaluated before the loop body. -- Collects the results into an arbitrary 'MonadPlus' value. whileM' :: (Monad m, MonadPlus f) => m Bool -> m a -> m (f a) whileM' p f = do x <- p if x then do x <- f xs <- whileM' p f return (return x `mplus` xs) else return mzero -- |Execute an action repeatedly as long as the given boolean expression -- returns True. The condition is evaluated before the loop body. -- Discards results. whileM_ :: (Monad m) => m Bool -> m a -> m () whileM_ p f = do x <- p if x then do f whileM_ p f else return () -- |Execute an action repeatedly until its result fails to satisfy a predicate, -- and return that result (discarding all others). iterateWhile :: Monad m => (a -> Bool) -> m a -> m a iterateWhile p x = do y <- x if p y then iterateWhile p x else return y {-# SPECIALIZE untilM :: IO a -> IO Bool -> IO [a] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE untilM' :: Monad m => m a -> m Bool -> m [a] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE untilM' :: IO a -> IO Bool -> IO [a] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE untilM_ :: IO a -> IO Bool -> IO () #-} infixr 0 `untilM` infixr 0 `untilM'` infixr 0 `untilM_` -- |Execute an action repeatedly until the condition expression returns True. -- The condition is evaluated after the loop body. Collects results into a list. -- Parameters are arranged for infix usage. eg. do {...} `untilM_` ... untilM :: Monad m => m a -> m Bool -> m [a] untilM = untilM' -- |Execute an action repeatedly until the condition expression returns True. -- The condition is evaluated after the loop body. Collects results into a -- "MonadPlus" value. -- Parameters are arranged for infix usage. eg. do {...} `untilM_` ... untilM' :: (Monad m, MonadPlus f) => m a -> m Bool -> m (f a) f `untilM'` p = do x <- f xs <- whileM' (liftM not p) f return (return x `mplus` xs) -- |Execute an action repeatedly until the condition expression returns True. -- The condition is evaluated after the loop body. Discards results. -- Parameters are arranged for infix usage. eg. do {...} `untilM_` ... untilM_ :: (Monad m) => m a -> m Bool -> m () f `untilM_` p = f >> whileM_ (liftM not p) f {-# SPECIALIZE whileJust :: IO (Maybe a) -> (a -> IO b) -> IO [b] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE whileJust' :: Monad m => m (Maybe a) -> (a -> m b) -> m [b] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE whileJust' :: IO (Maybe a) -> (a -> IO b) -> IO [b] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE whileJust_ :: IO (Maybe a) -> (a -> IO b) -> IO () #-} -- |Execute an action repeatedly until its result satisfies a predicate, -- and return that result (discarding all others). iterateUntil :: Monad m => (a -> Bool) -> m a -> m a iterateUntil p x = do y <- x if p y then return y else iterateUntil p x -- |As long as the supplied "Maybe" expression returns "Just _", the loop -- body will be called and passed the value contained in the 'Just'. Results -- are collected into a list. whileJust :: Monad m => m (Maybe a) -> (a -> m b) -> m [b] whileJust = whileJust' -- |As long as the supplied "Maybe" expression returns "Just _", the loop -- body will be called and passed the value contained in the 'Just'. Results -- are collected into an arbitrary MonadPlus container. whileJust' :: (Monad m, MonadPlus f) => m (Maybe a) -> (a -> m b) -> m (f b) whileJust' p f = do x <- p case x of Nothing -> return mzero Just x -> do x <- f x xs <- whileJust' p f return (return x `mplus` xs) -- |As long as the supplied "Maybe" expression returns "Just _", the loop -- body will be called and passed the value contained in the 'Just'. Results -- are discarded. whileJust_ :: (Monad m) => m (Maybe a) -> (a -> m b) -> m () whileJust_ p f = do x <- p case x of Nothing -> return () Just x -> do f x whileJust_ p f {-# SPECIALIZE unfoldM :: IO (Maybe a) -> IO [a] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE unfoldM' :: (Monad m) => m (Maybe a) -> m [a] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE unfoldM' :: IO (Maybe a) -> IO [a] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE unfoldM_ :: IO (Maybe a) -> IO () #-} -- |The supplied "Maybe" expression will be repeatedly called until it -- returns 'Nothing'. All values returned are collected into a list. unfoldM :: (Monad m) => m (Maybe a) -> m [a] unfoldM = unfoldM' -- |The supplied "Maybe" expression will be repeatedly called until it -- returns 'Nothing'. All values returned are collected into an arbitrary -- 'MonadPlus' thing. unfoldM' :: (Monad m, MonadPlus f) => m (Maybe a) -> m (f a) unfoldM' m = whileJust' m return -- |The supplied "Maybe" expression will be repeatedly called until it -- returns 'Nothing'. All values returned are discarded. unfoldM_ :: (Monad m) => m (Maybe a) -> m () unfoldM_ m = whileJust_ m return {-# SPECIALIZE unfoldrM :: (a -> IO (Maybe (b,a))) -> a -> IO [b] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE unfoldrM' :: (Monad m) => (a -> m (Maybe (b,a))) -> a -> m [b] #-} {-# SPECIALIZE unfoldrM' :: (a -> IO (Maybe (b,a))) -> a -> IO [b] #-} -- |See 'Data.List.unfoldr'. This is a monad-friendly version of that. unfoldrM :: (Monad m) => (a -> m (Maybe (b,a))) -> a -> m [b] unfoldrM = unfoldrM' -- |See 'Data.List.unfoldr'. This is a monad-friendly version of that, with a -- twist. Rather than returning a list, it returns any MonadPlus type of your -- choice. unfoldrM' :: (Monad m, MonadPlus f) => (a -> m (Maybe (b,a))) -> a -> m (f b) unfoldrM' f z = do x <- f z case x of Nothing -> return mzero Just (x, z) -> do xs <- unfoldrM' f z return (return x `mplus` xs) {-# SPECIALIZE concatM :: [a -> IO a] -> (a -> IO a) #-} -- |Compose a list of monadic actions into one action. Composes using -- ('>=>') - that is, the output of each action is fed to the input of -- the one after it in the list. concatM :: (Monad m) => [a -> m a] -> (a -> m a) concatM fs = foldr (>=>) return fs {-# SPECIALIZE andM :: [IO Bool] -> IO Bool #-} {-# SPECIALIZE orM :: [IO Bool] -> IO Bool #-} -- |short-circuit 'and' for values of type Monad m => m Bool andM :: (Monad m) => [m Bool] -> m Bool andM [] = return True andM (p:ps) = do q <- p if q then andM ps else return False -- |short-circuit 'or' for values of type Monad m => m Bool orM :: (Monad m) => [m Bool] -> m Bool orM [] = return False orM (p:ps) = do q <- p if q then return True else orM ps {-# SPECIALIZE anyPM :: [a -> IO Bool] -> (a -> IO Bool) #-} {-# SPECIALIZE allPM :: [a -> IO Bool] -> (a -> IO Bool) #-} -- |short-circuit 'any' with a list of \"monadic predicates\". Tests the -- value presented against each predicate in turn until one passes, then -- returns True without any further processing. If none passes, returns False. anyPM :: (Monad m) => [a -> m Bool] -> (a -> m Bool) anyPM [] x = return False anyPM (p:ps) x = do q <- p x if q then return True else anyPM ps x -- |short-circuit 'all' with a list of \"monadic predicates\". Tests the value -- presented against each predicate in turn until one fails, then returns False. -- if none fail, returns True. allPM :: (Monad m) => [a -> m Bool] -> (a -> m Bool) allPM [] x = return True allPM (p:ps) x = do q <- p x if q then allPM ps x else return False {-# SPECIALIZE anyM :: (a -> IO Bool) -> [a] -> IO Bool #-} {-# SPECIALIZE allM :: (a -> IO Bool) -> [a] -> IO Bool #-} -- |short-circuit 'any' with a \"monadic predicate\". anyM :: (Monad m) => (a -> m Bool) -> [a] -> m Bool anyM p [] = return False anyM p (x:xs) = do q <- p x if q then return True else anyM p xs -- |short-circuit 'all' with a \"monadic predicate\". allM :: (Monad m) => (a -> m Bool) -> [a] -> m Bool allM p [] = return True allM p (x:xs) = do q <- p x if q then allM p xs else return False dropWhileM :: (Monad m) => (a -> m Bool) -> [a] -> m [a] dropWhileM p [] = return [] dropWhileM p (x:xs) = do q <- p x if q then dropWhileM p xs else return xs -- |like 'dropWhileM' but trims both ends of the list. trimM :: (Monad m) => (a -> m Bool) -> [a] -> m [a] trimM p xs = do xs <- dropWhileM p xs rxs <- dropWhileM p (reverse xs) return (reverse rxs) -- |return the first value from a list, if any, satisfying the given predicate. firstM :: (Monad m) => (a -> m Bool) -> [a] -> m (Maybe a) firstM p [] = return Nothing firstM p (x:xs) = do q <- p x if q then return (Just x) else firstM p xs