[Haskell-cafe] help in tree folding
patrik.osgnach at gmail.com
Tue May 6 16:40:59 EDT 2008
Brent Yorgey ha scritto:
> On Tue, May 6, 2008 at 8:20 AM, patrik osgnach <patrik.osgnach at gmail.com>
>> Hi. I'm learning haskell but i'm stuck on a generic tree folding exercise.
>> i must write a function of this type
>> treefoldr::(Eq a,Show a)=>(a->b->c)->c->(c->b->b)->b->Tree a->c
>> Tree has type
>> data (Eq a,Show a)=>Tree a=Void | Node a [Tree a] deriving (Eq,Show)
>> as an example treefoldr (:)  (++)  (Node '+' [Node '*' [Node 'x' ,
>> Node 'y' ], Node 'z' ])
>> must return "+∗xyz"
>> any help?
>> (sorry for my bad english)
> Having a (Tree a) parameter, where Tree is defined as an algebraic data
> type, also immediately suggests that you should do some pattern-matching to
> break treefoldr down into cases:
> treefoldr f y g z Void = ?
> treefoldr f y g z (Node x t) = ?
so far i have tried
treefoldr f x g y Void = x
treefoldr f x g y (Node a ) = f a y
treefoldr f x g y (Node a (t:ts)) = treefoldr f x g (g (treefoldr f x g
y t) y) (Node a ts)
but it is incorrect. i can't figure out how to build the recursive call
thanks for the answer
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