There's a conspiracy to prevent you from understanding functors, and the here are some of the tools used to keep you in the dark:
fto mean either a function or an object for which there's a functor, e.g.
f :: (a -> b -> c) fmap :: Functor f => (d -> e) -> f d -> f e fmap f :: Functor f => f a -> f (b -> c) -- Identify d with a, and e with (b -> c)
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