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Note: Many now consider the fail method of Monad to be a failure, as it defaults to throwing an exception. Modern Haskell style tends towards using total functions wherever possible, and this idiom has come increasingly to be frowned upon.
 
Note: Many now consider the fail method of Monad to be a failure, as it defaults to throwing an exception. Modern Haskell style tends towards using total functions wherever possible, and this idiom has come increasingly to be frowned upon.

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http://web.archive.org/web/20070614151632/http://www.haskell.org/hawiki/NotJustMaybe

Note: Many now consider the fail method of Monad to be a failure, as it defaults to throwing an exception. Modern Haskell style tends towards using total functions wherever possible, and this idiom has come increasingly to be frowned upon.