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Why I/O?

While visiting the National Museum of Computing, Dr Jeremy Singer takes time to explain about input and output in computer systems.

Computers interact with the outside world via input and output (I/O). The Haskell programming language has specific support for I/O operations, which we will explore in the next few steps.

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