haskell string split

To split a string in Haskell, you can use the words function to split the string into a list of words based on whitespace. Here's an example:

splitString :: String -> [String]
splitString = words

This function takes a string as input and returns a list of strings, where each element of the list is a word from the input string.

For example, if you call splitString "Hello World", it will return ["Hello", "World"].

Please note that the words function splits the string based on whitespace, so if you have punctuation or other non-alphanumeric characters, they will be included in the resulting words. If you need more advanced string splitting, you can use regular expressions or other libraries in Haskell.

I hope this helps!