[Haskell-cafe] Re: Re: data structures question
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Thu Aug 31 16:02:43 EDT 2006
Benjamin Franksen wrote:
> Chris Kuklewicz wrote:
>> Benjamin Franksen wrote:
>>> Matthias Fischmann wrote:
>>>> The trick is that Int is not the only index data type, but tuples of
>>>> index data types are, too. Do this:
>>>> | type Point = (State, State, Int)
>>>> | type TypeV = Array State Double
>>>> | matrix :: TypeV
>>>> | matrix = array bounds values
>>>> | where
>>>> | ...
>>> Surely you meant to say
>>> | type TypeV = Array Point Double
True, I did make that mistake.
>> type Value = Double
>> newtype PointNat = PointNat Int deriving (...Ix)
>> type Point = (State,State,PointNat)
>> Or even
>> type TypeVof a = Array PointNat a
>> type TypeV = TypeVof Value
>> I did not even run the code I wrote through ghci, I was just showing what
>> it could look like.
>> And stop calling me Shirley.
> Dear Chris,
> Could you please be a bit more explicit? Have I offended anyone? Or else,
> how do I have to understand this comment other than as a rebuke? And how
> comes you answer this as if you were the one who posted the code, and not a
> person named Matthias Fischmann?
Sorry for the misunderstanding. No one has been offended or given offense.
The Surely/Shirley is a reference to the classic 1980 motion picture "Airplane!"
in which the humor includes a repeated motif :
> Rumack: Mr. Striker, the passengers are getting worse. You must land soon.
> Ted Striker: Surely there must be something you can do.
> Rumack: I'm doing everything I can... and stop calling me Shirley.
> Ted Striker: Surely you can't be serious.
> Rumack: I am serious... and don't call me Shirley.
> Please note that English is not my native tongue so there is always the
> possibility that I misunderstood something, or that I express myself badly
> and so cause misunderstandings. Is the expression "Surely you meant to say
> <whatever>" perceived as offending or arrogant, perhaps? In this case I
> would gladly apologize and assure everyone that this was not intended!
Nothing was offensive or arrogant.I just saw it as an opportunity to reference
> I posted this correction only in order to avoid confusion for the OP, who
> described himself as a beginner with regard to Haskell. I didn't mean to be
> nitpicking or anything like that. If I have made a mistake, either
> technically or by chosing the wrong words, then please tell me so.
> Your answer to my other posting today is of a similar nature, i.e.
> completely obscure to me, and totally disregarding the essence of my
> question. If there is something personal involved here (for which I can't
> imagine any reason other than the above mentioned one) maybe it would be
> better to clearly say so (and sort this out in private and not on this
I am sorry my other posting was off topic. Sometimes I contribute what occurs
to me instead of what is relevant.
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