It is a bit surprising that Haskell has no type for natural numbers. The Haskell Report defines only `Integer`

for, well, integers and `Int`

for integers that are reasonably small. The *base* package then adds `Word`

as the unsigned variant of `Int`

as well as types for signed and unsigned integers with a fixed number of bits. An unsigned variant of `Integer`

is missing. Continue reading

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