#haskell - Sun 25 Mar 2007 between 23:14 and 23:27

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LoganCapaldo@localtime tsp
lambdabotLocal time for tsp is Sun Mar 25 19:12:15 2007
tsp> import IO
lambdabotParse error
tspheh
stepcuttsp: of course..
TSCtsp: Of course, because it will return a different value every time
nominolotsp, mainly the I-part ;)
tspoh
DukeDaveGah, stop rubbing it in, I remember when it was still Sunday :(
tspyeah
sorear@remember DukeDave I remember when it was still Sunday
lambdabotDone.
tsp> sum $ map (^2) [1..10]
lambdabot385
tspI didn't think that would work
this is cool
sorearndm++
tsphttp://tspivey.freeshell.org/Test.hs
HairyDude?ty (:%)
lambdabotNot in scope: data constructor `:%'
HairyDudehm
tspit doesn't even want to compile for some reason
LoganCapaldoyou can't have :% :(
ndmsorear, thats the user manual - with a slight bit of example - if you have any suggestions please let me know
LoganCapaldoat least I don't think you're alowed to make arbitrary functions constructors
sorearLoganCapaldo: it's private, because there are invariants
jcreighsyntaxfree: you like it that much, eh? what do you find so impressive?
ndmits hard to believe everyone doesn't know the inner details of a compiler and can't read mon-arity first-order Haskell easily
LoganCapaldoyeah that's what I meant
can't encode the invariants in :%
HairyDudea constructor is a constructor if it's defined in a data or newtype declaration, and afaik nowhere else
TSCtsp: hpaste is handy for pasting code
@where hpaste
lambdabothttp://hpaste.org/new
sorearndm: your Walkthrough of Risers section is a tad on the short side ;)
* Directory Treated as a list of all the .hs/.lhs files within it.
sjanssensyntaxfree: you're running xmonad?
soreardoes this mean that my binary struct dirents will be interpreted as lines of text?
HairyDude?google xmonad

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