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1946 Florida Gators football team
The 1946 Florida Gators football team represented the University of Florida during the 1946 college football season. The season was the third for Bob Woodruff as the head coach of the Florida Gators football team. The Gators played their home games at the Florida Field in Gainesville, Florida. The team was disbanded at the end of the season, and replaced by the Florida State football program, which had been recently revived. The Gators were 7–4–1 overall and 3–4 in the Southeastern Conference (SEC).
Before the start of the season, the Gators were involved in a controversial SEC Championship contest with Tennessee; the Gators dropped the game, 42–6, in Knoxville. Prior to a 28–6 loss to Centre, the Gators were ranked No. 5 in the AP Poll.
Primary source: 2015 Florida Football Media Guide
In a game billed as the «Battle for the Military Academy Mules», the Mercer Baptists defeated the Gators 7-0 in the inaugural year of the American Football League at Tampa Stadium.
The Gators fought valiantly until the third quarter, but the game ended with a 42-6 victory to Centre, the SEC champion.
In the second game in the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets homecoming,
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Haskell Type System: Is there any documentation for type system in Haskell?
I am currently trying to learn Haskell and I am stuck with Haskell's type system. I am trying to make sense of its documentation and Wiki pages but they make no sense to me.
After reading the documentation on GHC, I understand that it's a typed language and it allows you to express your source code in a way where at compile time it's guaranteed that your code will do something you would want it to.
However, I am struggling to understand the details of the type system, how it decides the types that it will assign to variables and what types it actually does assign.
The GHC documentation mentions a lot of things that make no sense to me, like «a type is more general than another when it can be used as a prefix to its constructor». Are there any other simple explanations or examples of type system that are easy to understand?
You might be interested in reading about this blog post, which has a quick introduction to the type system (it also mentions Hoogle, the Haskell interface to the type-indexing search engine).
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When creating this new site with 10K++