Monads is a programming concept in functional programming languages that provide a way to encapsulate a sequential operation in a separate context to represent computations as a series of steps. They allow developers to write code in a more concise and reusable way, and simplify the complexity of managing state and side effects. Monads are commonly used in languages such as Haskell, Scala, and F# to facilitate pure functional programming.
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