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> Updated notes on [[Installing and Using the Juli8 Libraries|/juli8]] on Sun 5 April. The major change is to make the Monad libraries easier to use. Now you can just use `Monad.Reader(struct type env = ... end)`; you don't need to furthermore ask for the `M` submodule of that generated module. Relatedly, the `List` and `Monad.List` modules are now different; the former has lots of list-related functions and the latter only the monadic interface. Similarly for `Option` and `Monad.Option`.
-> Topics: [[Using the OCaml Monad library|/topics/week9_using_the_monad_library]]; [[Programming with mutable state|/topics/week9_mutable_state]]; A State Monad Tutorial; Using multiple monads together; [[Homework for weeks 8-9|/exercises/assignment8-9]]
+> Topics: [[Using the OCaml Monad library|/topics/week9_using_the_monad_library]]; [[Programming with mutable state|/topics/week9_mutable_state]]; [[A State Monad Tutorial|/topics/week9_state_monad_tutorial]]; Using multiple monads together; [[Homework for weeks 8-9|/exercises/assignment8-9]]
> Reading for Week 10: Groenendijk, Stokhof, and Veltman, "[[Coreference and Modality|/readings/coreference-and-modality.pdf]]" (1996)