[Haskell-beginners] overload a function
britt.uwaterloo at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 15:27:52 CET 2011
I would like to have a function that can accept more than one input
type and gives the same back as output. For the different eligible
input types there would be different tests.
An example of the idea would be something like:
test :: a -> Bool -> a
test 0 True = 0
test False True = False
is it obligatory that I create a typeclass for test and then instance
each type that might go in the "a" slot? Because that seems like a lot
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beginners' list. I learn something everyday.
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