[Haskell-beginners] Improving Performance

Robert Heumüller mailing at heum.de
Tue Jun 19 21:44:10 CEST 2012

Hi again,

I've added the type signatures. What's next?



Am Tue, 19 Jun 2012 17:01:26 +0200
schrieb Ertugrul Söylemez <es at ertes.de>:

> Robert Heumüller <mailing at heum.de> wrote:
> > in order to tune my brain to "functional thinking" I've decided to
> > start writing some "real" programs. After having spent a couple of
> > days figuring out how to translate an imperative algorithm into
> > stateless haskell I beleive I've now managed a simple implementation
> > of the DBSCAN clustering algorithm.
> >
> > http://privatepaste.com/e6bb4fb665
> When asking people to review your code, it would be very helpful to
> write type signatures for your top-level functions.  This alone makes
> code greatly more readable and also tells a lot about the quality
> right away.  I advice you to get used to writing type signatures for
> yourself as well.
> Greets,
> Ertugrul

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