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.ghciHaskell (interpreted), 17

[['`'..]!!1..'z']

Back-quote comes before 'a', so a is the second element of the sequence starting with back-quote. This is then just the sequence from a to z.

This is technically a naked Haskell expression, but if it is used as a .ghci (GHCi configuration file)If you save it to ".ghci", thenthough, running ghcighci will outputprint the alphabet. I am not sure if this counts as cheating.)

.ghci, 17

[['`'..]!!1..'z']

Back-quote comes before 'a', so a is the second element of the sequence starting with back-quote. This is then just the sequence from a to z.

This is technically a naked Haskell expression, but if it is used as a .ghci (GHCi configuration file), then running ghci will output the alphabet. I am not sure if this counts as cheating.

Haskell (interpreted), 17

[['`'..]!!1..'z']

Back-quote comes before 'a', so a is the second element of the sequence starting with back-quote. This is then just the sequence from a to z.

This is technically a naked Haskell expression. (If you save it to ".ghci", though, running ghci will print the alphabet.)

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.ghci, 17

[['`'..]!!1..'z']

Back-quote comes before 'a', so a is the second element of the sequence starting with back-quote. This is then just the sequence from a to z.

This is technically a naked Haskell expression, but if it is used as a .ghci (GHCi configuration file), then running ghci will output the alphabet. I am not sure if this counts as cheating.

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