[Haskell-cafe] advantages of using fix to define rcursive functions

Harald ROTTER harald.rotter at sagem.com
Thu Jul 26 03:21:59 EDT 2007


I read about the usage of "fix" to define recursive functions. Although I
think that I understood how to use "fix", I still wonder what the
advantages of "fix" are (as compared to the "conventional" approach to
define recursive functions).

Any hints are appreciated.



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