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I knew all that back then, problem was going from IO to the non IO datatypes needed, and how to read them when formated, millions of integers in a single line, and such, the easy challenges dont cover all the input setups
I have figured IO already though
That is all very easy as well. Going from IO to "the non IO datatypes" is Haskell 101, without which you cannot do any real work.
Hopefully you don't hate it anymore then?
I stil think it is a super convoluted mess and newbie unfriendly, but I can do it. Once you have data in haskell format it gets better too as it is much faster than other engines.