[Haskell-cafe] function unique
andrewcoppin at btinternet.com
Wed Jul 11 16:42:14 EDT 2007
Hugh Perkins wrote:
> By the way, this is something that is hard in Haskell compared to say C#.
> In C#, when you call a function you type "(" and instantly you get a
> popup box telling you what the name of the first argument is, then
> when you've written the first argument and hit "," you get the name
> (and type) of the second argument.
> It's pretty hard not to put the right arguments in the right order.
> Not so in Haskell where I spend insane amounts of time trying to
> remember what argument is what in a function I wrote 30 seconds ago.
Hmm... sounds kind of hard to do in Haskell. I mean, the function might
be curried. ;-) Still, you'd think it's doable.
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