ventonegro | dcoutts: nevermind, solved :-) |

sioraiocht | (-4) :: Word8 > (-4) :: Word8 |

lambdabot | 252 |

dons | dpiponi: nope, but if you find out something, do let us know. |

dpiponi | Will do. I'd like to pott the code for the Make Controller. Should be almost trivial judging by the C code it generates. |

syntaxfree | it's a wonderful world where people like me can be in the same chatroom as people like sigfpe. but hey, is there a decimal float type in Haskell? |

ddarius | There is a library referenced on haskell.org |

syntaxfree | cool. |

sioraiocht | @type liftIO . char |

lambdabot | Couldn't match expected type `IO a' against inferred type `Doc' In the second argument of `(.)', namely `char' |

sioraiocht | @type liftIO . getChar |

lambdabot | Couldn't match expected type `a -> IO a1' against inferred type `IO Char' |

johanatan | @type |

lambdabot | [1 of 2] Compiling ShowQ ( scripts/ShowQ.hs, interpreted ) [2 of 2] Compiling L ( L.hs, interpreted ) |

johanatan | @type map (\((n,t):xs) -> (n:map fst xs,t)) . groupBy (\x y -> snd x == snd y) |

lambdabot | forall a b. (Eq b) => [(a, b)] -> [([a], b)] |

johanatan | hmm.. i'm getting 'parse error on input '\' for the statement above i'm assuming it's the first '\' @type map (\((n,t):xs) -> (n:map fst xs,t)) . groupBy (\x y -> snd x == snd y) |

lambdabot | forall a b. (Eq b) => [(a, b)] -> [([a], b)] |

dolio | Is that the whole expression? |

johanatan | @type map (\(([n],t):xs) -> (n:map fst xs,t)) . groupBy (\x y -> snd x == snd y) |

lambdabot | Occurs check: cannot construct the infinite type: a = [a] Expected type: [(a, b)] |

johanatan | yea |

dolio | Maybe you can paste some more context. @paste |

lambdabot | Haskell pastebin: http://hpaste.org/new |

johanatan | well, that's it... someone gave that earlier.. but, i can paste what i'm trying to do with that statement |

dolio | It's possible that could help. I don't see anything wrong with it in itself. Obviously lambdabot doesn't either. :) |

johanatan | true, but ghci does... i'll try it in an empty file by itself |

LoganCapaldo | could you be having layout issues? oh not in ghci I guess |