> It's an improvement. It's still not pretty, but I guess that's as good as
> it's going to get...
> Maybe this is an instance of Haskell trying to tell me "if you need to write
> a 20-line do-block in the middle of your function, you're doing it wrong".
20 lines is a lot, but I have smaller ones all the time. You need >4
spaces of indent to continue a let. Here's another way to understand
f = do
let x = some big
y = another big
If you wonder why "multiple let" syntax is needed, well I don't really
know for sure, but consider if x and y were mutually recursive.
I was annoyed at first with all the indentation but got used to it. I
use 4 space indents so it works out ok. Binding with <- or in where
can reduce the indentation but is not always appropriate.
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