[Haskell-cafe] Thompson's Exercise 9.13
cgibbard at gmail.com
Sat Apr 16 23:51:21 EDT 2005
> Oh. I haven't learned how to handle infinite data structures yet, but
> is init defined for infinite lists in the first place?
> Kaoru Hosokawa
> khosokawa at gmail.com
Yes it is, try "init [1..]" in ghci or hugs. It just happens to be the
identity function on infinite lists, because of course there is no
last element to remove.
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