Make purescript lazier?

Make purescript lazier?

Some of the appeals of using something like purescript is that it learned a number of lessons from Haskell and it targets javascript. One of the main differences to any person who has used haskell for a while, however, is that it defaults to strict evaluation. The strict vs lazy by default debate is far from over and I don't want to get into that here. But as a number of haskellers know, you can make haskell "stricter" using "!" annotations as well as "seq" expressions. Is there a method of doing the reverse in purescript? Is there a way to make the default strict evaluation lazier?

Submitted August 11, 2017 at 11:37PM by captjakk
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