#haskell - Sun 25 Mar 2007 between 16:58 and 17:03

NY Lost Funds



sorearI'd like -Wprogrammer-errors
HairyDudealas, that would require solving the halting problem
dmwit(But (diff y) doesn't make sense, because y is not a list.)
newsham-Wnot-verified
jdrakedmwit: note the "current diff" paste @ http://hpaste.org/1130
sorearHairyDude: no, it would require only a solution to the RYM problem
dmwitjdrake: My comment still applies!
HairyDudenot familiar with that
jdrakehmm?
newshamjdrake: in paste 1130 its wrong.
dmwitLook at the very last line...
newsham(diff y:xs) -> ((diff y) : xs)
sorear@google intercal rym
lambdabothttp://www.catb.org/~esr/intercal/paper.html
Title: Abstraction and Modularity in INTERCAL
newshamwhich is a type error
sorearhello ndm!
dmwitOn the far right...
jdrakeoh
newshamjdrake: ps, you can annotate existing pastes by clicking "annotate"
ndmhi sorear
sorearHairyDude: google got the right ref
newshamyou dont need to start a new one
jdrakeSorry, I am trying to look at my code and trying to differentiate between 3 different people saying things
ndm@seen hyrax42
lambdabothyrax42 is in #haskell-blah and #haskell. I don't know when hyrax42 last spoke.
dmwitHeh, yeah, that's tough. =P
newsham#haskell's flaw -- too many good people helping out!
this problem is far less well understood than the problem facing many channels
sorearOk, everyone whose name starts with an even numbered letter move to #haskelm
dmwitsorear: Is 'a' even or odd?
newshamjdrake: what happens when you run "diff [1,2]" ?
sorearodd
ndm> even $ ord 'a'
lambdabotFalse
Heffalumpsurname or given name or nickname?
dmwitThis problem is underspecified!
jdrakeI am thinking it should be the same as diff (x:y:[]) because it is the same as two numbers prepended onto an empty list
sorearuh ... uh ... uh...
dmwitI say, everybody flip a coin. If it comes up heads, move to #haskelm. =)

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