[Haskell-cafe] Re: let and fixed point operator
jules at jellybean.co.uk
Mon Sep 3 09:03:25 EDT 2007
Peter Hercek wrote:
>> f = g . transform displacement . scale factor
>> or pointfully
>> f x = g (transform displacement (scale factor x))
>> with the appropriate combinators.
> Essentially the same idea as the one from Brent Yorgey.
> Works fine till the operations can fill easily on one line. Then it does
> scale that well since when it needs to be on more lines it interferes with
> automatic insertion of curly braces and semicolons by the layout rules
> are influenced by the context). Of course when there are more
> it makes sense to name the intermediate results differently, but even few
> transformations may not fit easily when identifier names are long.
I have no idea what you're talking about. It works fine on multiple lines:
f x = g
. transform displacement
. scale factor
is perfectly valid.
Tastes may vary, you might prefer trailing .s to leading .s, but the
idea is the same.
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