#haskell - Tue 27 Feb 2007 between 00:00 and 00:12

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maukethat doesn't sound right
slowriot> ?Data.Map.alter
lambdabotParse error
iron33mauke : I may not be a Haskell guru but I took an AI graduate level course and know all about AI search problems bfs and dfs and Prolog
sorear> typeOf Data.Map.alter
lambdabotNot in scope: `Data.Map.alter'
sorear> typeOf M.alter
lambdabotAdd a type signature
glguyiterative-deepening depth first search??
iron33glguy : iterative deeping is basically the same as dfs except tjat you limit the max deepth to certain number if your depth limit is one then it becomes breadth first search
slowriotsorear: Why can't I get lambdabot to display alter's documentation?
glguyiron33: I'm aware :)
iron33glguy : Ok I mis interpreted your quesion mark
glguybest of both worlds at only twice the cost of depth first search to the correct level
icarroll@hoogle alter
lambdabotSystem.Win32.DLL.lOAD_WITH_ALTERED_SEARCH_PATH :: LoadLibraryFlags
icarroll@hoogle Data.Map.alter
lambdabotNo matches, try a more general search
sorearslowriot: lambdabot does'nt do docs. only types and (sometimes) source code.
you can ask it for a pointer to the online haddocks however
@docs Data.Map
...
@botsnack
lambdabothttp://haskell.org/ghc/docs/latest/html/libraries/base/Data-Map.html
:)
sorear*drumroll*
actionsorear kicks his TCP stack
sorearkicks his TCP stack
apologies for the unquestionably duplicate answer
iron33glguy : Most intersting search problem require heuristic / informed search methods
slowriotokay
thanks
sorearlag--
slowriotIt seems like the docs often reference named arguments without defining them.
sorearthey are named ... but often only in the source :(
slowriotah
sorearthe stdlibs aren't THAT pointless :)
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