ADPfusion - ADP.Fusion  

This separator looks much paper on paper and is not widely used otherwise.

Useful - Useful.General  

Alias of mod

(%) :: Integral a => a -> a -> Ratio a

base - Data.Ratio  

Forms the ratio of two integral numbers.

(%) :: Object -> Object -> Eval Object

configuration-tools - Configuration.Utils.Operators  

This operator is an alternative for $ with a higher precedence. It is suitable for usage within applicative style code without the need to add parenthesis.

(%) :: ftag -> Dom ftag a b -> Cod ftag (ftag :% a) (ftag :% b) Class Method
(%) :: (PersistField s, IsString s) => expr (Value s) Class Method

esqueleto - Database.Esqueleto.Internal.Language  

The string %. May be useful while using like and concatenation (concat_ or ++., depending on your database). Note that you always to type the parenthesis, for example:

name ``like'` (%) ++. val John ++. (%)
(%) :: (PersistField s, IsString s) => expr (Value s) Class Method

esqueleto - Database.Esqueleto  

The string %. May be useful while using like and concatenation (concat_ or ++., depending on your database). Note that you always to type the parenthesis, for example:

name ``like'` (%) ++. val John ++. (%)
(%) :: Format r a -> Format r' r -> Format r' a

formatting - Formatting.Internal  

Composition operator. Format is an instance of Category, but that is (at present) inconvenient to use with regular Prelude. So this function is provided as a convenience.

(%) :: Format r a -> Format r' r -> Format r' a

formatting - Formatting  

Composition operator. Format is an instance of Category, but that is (at present) inconvenient to use with regular Prelude. So this function is provided as a convenience.

(%) :: Integral a => a -> a -> Ratio a

haskell2010 - Data.Ratio  

Forms the ratio of two integral numbers.

(%) :: Integral a => a -> a -> Ratio a

haskell98 - Ratio  

Forms the ratio of two integral numbers.

(%) :: Integral a => a -> a -> Ratio a

haskell98libraries - Ratio  

Forms the ratio of two integral numbers.

(%) :: (Hole a, Hole b) => a -> b -> FormatArgs

ratio-int - Data.RatioInt  

Forms the ratio of two Int numbers.