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subzero

This library was created to provide an intuitive description for straightforward problems like fizzbuzz.

In the case of fizzbuzz, there is an indexed space which has an answer at each point. Ideally we should be able to describe the solution in those terms.

In general this library ends up supporting concepts like containers of optional values, nondeterministic values, etc - unless I find that doesn't work how I expected.

It's a small library and, if and once perfected, probably ought to be a basic facility for anyone from an imperative background.


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