[Haskell-cafe] Health effects

Jason Dagit dagit at codersbase.com
Mon Sep 29 16:12:00 EDT 2008

On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 12:43 PM, Andrew Coppin <andrewcoppin at btinternet.com
> wrote:

> The other day, I sat down to eat a 2 Kg block of chocolate - one of those
> ones that's divided into lots of little squares. I proceeded to recursively
> subdivide it into smaller and smaller blocks, and then eat the individual
> squares in depth-first order. It was only after getting through 16 of the
> things that I stopped to notice that the whole bar just happens to have an
> exact power of two squares on it.
> And it was some time after *that* when I thought to myself "...woah, maybe
> do too much Haskell?" o_O
> Seriously, who recursively subdivides their food? I think I have something
> wrong with me...

You may have applied divide and conquer but I suspect your updates were
destructive.  Are you sure it's too much Haskell that is the problem? :-)

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