[Haskell-cafe] IO help
applebiz89 at hotmail.com
Thu May 7 05:46:34 EDT 2009
I havent done much IO at all in haskell, only within the function itself.
However I want to get the input from the interface for the function and
havent done this before.
In my main function, I want to ask the user what they would like to do
'become fan' for example, then with their choice initiate the function and
ask for the appropriate input for that function. This is the code below:
main :: IO()
do putStr "Hi there! what is your name: "
fanName = getLine
do putStr "1 = Insert film, 2 = Become a Fan, 3 = The number of fans of a
film, 4 = Film released in a year: "
input = getLine
read input :: Int
(if input == 1 then main x = insertFilm  else if input == 2 then main x =
becomeFan  else if input == 3 then main x = numberOfFans )
Say they choose film in a given year function function:
filmsInGivenYear :: Int -> [Film] -> [String]
filmsInGivenYear filmYear films = [ title | (Film title director year fans)
<- films, year == filmYear]
I need to ask the user what filmYear they want to insert. But i need to do
this from the main function...I chose to do an if statement to choose what
function they want, but i dont know where to go from there?
any help will be greatly appreciated.
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