[Haskell-beginners] Fractional Int
Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH
allbery at ece.cmu.edu
Fri Mar 20 19:37:32 EDT 2009
On 2009 Mar 20, at 18:01, Sean Bartell wrote:
> For a type "a" to be Fractional requires there to be:
> (/) :: a -> a -> a
> You can't divide an Int by another Int and (in general) get a third
> Int. You would probably want something like a "Fractionable"
> typeclass, with
> (/) :: a -> a -> b
> which would result in a Rational, but Haskell doesn't have this.
...but there is (%) :: (Integral a) => a -> a -> Ratio a
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