On Jan 12, 2010, at 17:12 , Niklas Broberg wrote:
Haskell '98 apparently features 25 reserved words. (Not counting
and "mdo" and so on, which AFAIK are not in Haskell '98.)
21 actually. case, class, data, default, deriving, do, else, if,
import, in, infix, infixl, infixr, instance, let, module, newtype, of,
then, type, where. There's also three special words that can still be
used as identifiers, so aren't reserved: as, qualified, hiding.
Are we counting the FFI annex ("foreign")?
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