LordBrain | perhaps a bitmask |

Pastorn | nicer :D |

nmessenger | @type (second (second (first ?f))) |

lambdabot | forall (a :: * -> * -> *) b c d d1 d2. (?f::a b c, Arrow a) => a (d2, (d1, (b, d))) (d2, (d1, (c, d))) |

zbrown | Hmmm is there a nice interface to SQL databases for haskell? |

nmessenger | n-tuples for n > 2 should be sugar for nested pairs! |

glguy | I was playing with HDBC this week seemed nice enough |

encryptio | @pl (\f (a,b,c,d) -> (a,b,(f c),d)) |

lambdabot | (line 1, column 9): unexpected "," expecting letter or digit, operator or ")" ambiguous use of a non associative operator |

RichN | I've used HSQL... |

sorear | nmessenger: HList should be in base! |

LordBrain | i guess i want something like a map fuction with a restriction argument such as |

nmessenger | sorear: is that basically what HList is? |

sorear | nmessenger: yes nmessenger: tuples done right |

nmessenger | kewlz |

zbrown | glguy: ok thanks |

LordBrain | map 101 (*2) [3, 3, 3] = [6,3,6] |

sorear | nmessenger: of course it's super ugly since the aformentioned sugar doesn't exist... |

vincenz | sorear: you called? |

lambdabot | vincenz: You have 1 new message. '/msg lambdabot @messages' to read it. |

Pastorn | encryptio: he can't handle tuples larger than (a,b) when using @pl ...it seems |

LordBrain | how could i pull that off? |

sorear | vincenz: yes. it occured to me to download and prettyprint all the dead notices... and JohnMeacham wasn't there... |

Pastorn | encryptio: though, you can use let expressions to get around that |

vincenz | sorear: o.O |

LordBrain | how do i represent numerals in binary in haskell, i've forgotten? |

vincenz | sorear: I am not certain I follow |

nmessenger | > 0b11010101 -- not sure, checking |

lambdabot | Not in scope: `b11010101' |

sorear | vincenz: @print-notices |

LoganCapaldo | > 0b10 -- does this work? |

lambdabot | Not in scope: `b10' |

vincenz | @print-notices |