Haskell Language Pipes Running Pipes with runEffect


Example

We use runEffect to run our Pipe:

main :: IO ()
main = do
  runEffect $ naturalsUntil 10 >-> intToStr >-> fancyPrint

Note that runEffect requires an Effect, which is a self-contained Proxy with no inputs or outputs:

runEffect :: Monad m => Effect m r -> m r
type Effect = Proxy X () () X

(where X is the empty type, also known as Void).