Type-annotated monad implementations for Python 3.7+
This is an experiment in building monads in Python supported by strict type annotations. The goal is to be able to compose monads with the type checker ensuring their correctness.
I'm a fan of monads, but believe they work best with the support of a strong type system. I've attempted to use libraries like PyMonad, but been frustrated by a lack of type constraints preventing incorrect usage. I could've attempted to add type annotations to one of those libraries, but building my own is more fun.
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