
Number.ResidueClass.Maybe 



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Here we try to provide implementations for zero and one
by making the modulus optional.
We have to provide nonmodulus operations for the cases
where both operands have Nothing modulus.
This is problematic since operations like '(/)'
depend essentially on the modulus.
A working version with disabled zero and one can be found ResidueClass.
 Constructors  Cons   modulus :: !(Maybe a)  the modulus can be Nothing to denote a generic constant like zero and one which could not be bound to a specific modulus so far
 representative :: !a  

 Instances  



r /: m is the residue class containing r with respect to the modulus m







Check if two residue classes share the same modulus


lift2 :: Eq a => (a > a > a > a) > (a > a > a) > T a > T a > T a  Source 


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