haskell multiline comment

Haskell Multiline Comment

In Haskell, you can create multiline comments using the {- ... -} syntax. Anything between the opening {- and closing -} will be treated as a comment and ignored by the compiler. This allows you to add explanatory or descriptive text within your code without affecting its execution.

Here's an example of a multiline comment in Haskell:

{- This is a multiline comment.
   It can span multiple lines.
   The code below will be ignored by the compiler.

main :: IO ()
main = do
  putStrLn "Hello, World!"

In the example above, the multiline comment starts with {- and ends with -}. The comment can span multiple lines and can contain any text you want. The code within the comment will not be executed or compiled.

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