One thing that doesn't carry immediately over

One thing that you can do with a compiled Haskell program that doesn't lend itself to ghci is I/O redirection. That's why I have yet to run the large data sets against the code running under the interpreter--I'll have to modify main to take a file name and use it as input source.

I will do it, though. I'm highly motivated, because it's related to what caused me to start all this in the first place.


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