Paste number 30002: YAHT monad laws

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in Yet Another Haskell Tutorial Chapter 9: Monads, page 124 a discussion of the Monad laws, Law 3 has this example: law3a = do x <- f do g <- x h y law3b = do y <- do x <- f g x h y I'm confused about law3a above, specifically where y is coming from. Should it be something like this: law3a = do x <- f do y <- g x h y

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Yes, it should look like this: law3a = do x <- f do y <- g x h y I edited this entry to be correct in the YAHT Wikibook here: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Haskell/YAHT/Monads#Law_3

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