[Haskell-cafe] Missing Symbol (2)
prstanley at ntlworld.com
Wed Sep 19 08:52:23 EDT 2007
It's probably \oplus then.
The font size according to my trusty screen reader is 11 point which
is not particularly large. Still, if anybody else finds it annoying
I'll reduce it to 9pt.
At 13:21 19/09/2007, you wrote:
>This looks like foldr, specifically:
>f = foldr (.) v
>so really, there's no way of telling what the operator could be, other
>(.) :: a -> b -> b
>f :: [a] -> b
>v :: b
>BTW, I find that most of your emails are in a very large font size. Do
>other people notice this? It's not very nice to read. Gmail's 'Show
>Original' feature tells me that the HTML version of your message
>contains <font size=3> near the start.
>On 19/09/2007, PR Stanley <prstanley at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> > Hi
> > Here's another one:
> > f  = v
> > f (x:xs) = x . f xs
> > The "." is supposed to denote a generic operator - f  maps to some
> > value v and applied to non-empty list applies head to ? operator.
> > Thanks, Paul
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