[Haskell-beginners] a simple problem
Anonymous W
w_anonymous at ymail.com
Wed Nov 3 18:31:09 EDT 2010
Hi,
I'm having trouble with this small exercise.
A function maybeA takes a list of pairs. A pair has a variable 'a' and a value
'b'. If any first element of a pair equals to any first element of another pair,
the function returns Nothing. If they aren't equal, the function returns a tuple
containing the first variable, its value and the value of the second variable.
maybeA :: [(a,b)] -> Maybe (a,b,b)
For example: [(a1,b1),(a2,b2),(a3,b3)..] returns Nothing if a2 = a3 and returns
Just (a2,b2,b3) if a2 /= a3
I'm currently have :maybeA [(a1,b1),(a2,b2)]
|a1 == a2 = Nothing
|a1 /= a2 = Just (x1,y1,y2)
but it only takes 2 pairs. Any helps?
Thanks
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