[Haskell-cafe] Progress on shootout entries

Dylan Thurston dthurston at barnard.edu
Tue Jan 3 21:12:39 EST 2006

On Wed, Jan 04, 2006 at 03:02:29AM +0100, Sebastian Sylvan wrote:
> I took a stab at the rev-comp one due to boredom. It's not a space
> leak, believe it or not, it's *by design*...
> My god, I think someone is consciously trying to sabotage Haskell's reputation!
> Instead of reading input line-by-line and doing the computation, it
> reads a whole bunch of lines (hundreds of megs worth, apparently) and
> only does away with them when a new header appears.
> Anyway, I uploaded a dead simple "first-naive-implementation" which is
> significantly faster (and more elegant):
> ...

The program is supposed to do "reverse and complement".  The code you
posted just does "complement".

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