[Haskell-cafe] separate input calculation output
thomas.engel1 at gmx.net
Tue Mar 25 08:03:55 EDT 2008
> (I think I know enough haskell to answer this, but I may be telling you
> all the wrong things.)
Why? What's wrong?
> You'll have to pass the values through, though this can be hidden to
> some extent. Try changing your functions to have types
> type Input = (Float, Float, ...)
> type Output = (Float, Float, ...)
> inputvalues :: IO Input -- add a "return (ve,de,...)" to the end
> compute :: Input -> Output
How can I combine several function (calculations) in this function?
> outputvalues :: Output -> IO ()
> You could then wrap them in
> main :: IO ()
> main = do input <- inputvalues
> outputvalues (compute input)
> This should do what you want.
Thank's for your hints.
> It might be improved upon by using data types with appropriately named
> fields instead of tuples so as to keep your variable names around.
Can you give me an example how do to it with named fields?
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