[Haskell-cafe] Re: Collections
lennart at augustsson.net
Tue Jun 26 18:20:32 EDT 2007
If you are going to ban graphs you also need to ban web pages (the links for
a graph, both between pages and interanlly), computer networks, maps,
dictionaries, you name it, it has a graph structure.
On 6/26/07, apfelmus <apfelmus at quantentunnel.de> wrote:
> Andrew Coppin wrote:
> > apfelmus wrote:
> >> Andrew Coppin wrote:
> >>> I see lots of *trees*, but no general graphs. (As in, *data*
> >>> having cycles in them. My *code* is often cyclic...)
> >> So what does a compiler do to typecheck it? It represents your code as
> >> graph and calculates strongly connected components.
> > That's quite true - but *I* am not writing a compiler, am I? ;-)
> Oh well. You may insist that you won't encounter graphs in your problems
> and I recommend to delete all symbolic links (aka "aliases") from your
> file system to that end.
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