#haskell - Mon 19 Feb 2007 between 23:11 and 23:21

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LoganCapaldo_;)
jcreighwait, IA-64 is different than x86-64?
weird.
chessguyn+k patterns used to be in vogue
LoganCapaldo_IA-64 is/was the Itanic no?
ddariusMerced then Itanium
The Itanium has some cool stuff in it.
Not new, but cool.
Also, yay \Gamma functions!
LoganCapaldo_What's Intel's version of x86-64 called?
kc5tjajcreigh: Yup. IA-64 is Itanium (sometimes called Itanic for humorous reasons) architecture.
LoganCapaldo_64x?
sorearEM64T
LoganCapaldo_right
that's it
kc5tjaEM64T is Intel's tradename for x86-64.
allbery_b"amd64"
actionallbery_b gets struck by lightning
allbery_bgets struck by lightning
actionsorear doesn't get it
soreardoesn't get it
21/24
kc5tja1+2
actionddarius just now realizes why sorear keeps spouting fractions.
ddariusjust now realizes why sorear keeps spouting fractions.
gvdm_other> 21/24
lambdabot0.875
kc5tja> let a (+) b = if a == 1 && b == 1 then 3 else a+b in 1+1
allbery_bCMU ECE is kinda beholden to Intel
lambdabotOccurs check: cannot construct the infinite type:
t = (t -> a -> t...
beelsebob_why is he?
kc5tjaBummer -- it didn't like that statement for some reason.
Oh well.
Ahh, that would do it.
ddariuslet a + b = ...
gvdm_other> map (/24) [1..24]
lambdabot[4.1666666666666664e-2,8.333333333333333e-2,0.125,0.16666666666666666,0.2083...
LoganCapaldo_> let a + b = if a == 1 && b == 1 then 3 else Prelude.(+) a b in 1+1
lambdabotNot in scope: data constructor `Prelude'
ddariusbeelsebob_: Number of nobench tests completed.
beelsebob_heh
sorear: if you want benchmarking doom, poke me will you

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