[Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell version of Norvig's Python Spelling
pete-expires-20070615 at kazmier.com
Sun Apr 22 00:25:26 EDT 2007
Pete Kazmier <pete-expires-20070615 at kazmier.com> writes:
> I'd love to see other Haskell implementations as well if anyone has a
> few moments to spare. Admittedly, it took me several hours to get my
> version working, but I'm a Haskell newbie. Unfortunately, I think it
> runs as slow as it took me to write it! There is definitely something
> wrong with it, a memory leak, because I can't correct more than a few
> words without a great deal of memory being consumed.
As monochrom pointed out on #haskell, I am using 'interact'
incorrectly. For some reason I thought 'interact' applied its
argument to each line of the input. I've replaced it as follows:
interact $ unlines . map (show . (id &&& correct)) . lines
The program is still terribly slow due to my use of lists. Is there a
better way to write 'edits1'?
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