While googling for a Haskell average function, I came across this:
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and of course we can't forget the data constructor right there on the website:
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We think of the tree as a first class value “all at once” but it is only materialised “piecemeal”
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[06:28] [autrijus] shapr: I'm changing the Pugs evaluator into a compiler
[06:28] [vegai] metaperl: yes
[06:28] [shapr] autrijus: yay!
[06:28] [autrijus] shapr: without touching a line in Eval.hs
[06:28] [shapr] wow
[06:28] [metaperl] ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
[06:28] [autrijus] shapr: simply by redefining the Eval monad and some TH magic
I need some parsec help... the Main.hs in the intro examples has some issues. First it required an import Char for the digitToInt function... I added that... now the function factor is calling a function parens but there is no such function... changing parens to matching (another function) does no good as it yields type errors... the Parsec distro Main.hs is