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Thank you for the link — it just one more time proves the rule: «If you think you invented something new then someone certainly invented that before». But at least my version has some improvements — you can choose which task should be run in parallel and which sequentially, so you can convert «Improper monad» (term from the article ) to «Proper monad» at the moment you need them
Of course) I'm not saying that your article is bad. Actually, it's quite the opposite. It's good.
It's just Jon Skeet's article impressed me a lot at the time of reading.
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