[Haskell-cafe] Re: Leaves of a Tree
Chad Scherrer
chad.scherrer at gmail.com
Wed Feb 21 22:07:54 EST 2007
Neil,
I think this idea is better than what I had suggested, but as it
stands it doesn't typecheck. Did you mean something like this?
leaves :: Tree -> [Int]
leaves = f []
where
f rest (Leaf n) = n : rest
f rest (Branch l r) = f (f rest r) l
-Chad
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(from Neil Mitchell)
Hi Tom
> data Tree = Branch Tree Tree | Leaf Int deriving (Eq, Ord)
> leaves :: Tree -> Set Int
> leaves (Leaf n) = singleton n
> leaves (Branch left right) = union (leaves left) (leaves right)
The standard method for a traversal over leaves with accumulation is:
leaves :: Tree -> Set Int
leaves x = f []
where
f (Leaf n) rest = n : rest
f (Branch l r) rest = f l (f r rest)
This makes the construction of the list quite cheap.
Then you can do the fromList trick, and that might give you a speed up.
Thanks
Neil
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