[Haskell-cafe] beginner question: assigning local variable to
magnus at therning.org
Thu May 7 14:03:17 EDT 2009
adam vogt wrote:
> This is most likely attributable to the use of different compilers.
> I don't see how accepting such a variant can cause ambiguity, but I'm
> not quite sure whether it is legal H98.
Just a bit curious then what compiler Brandon was using. I'm using GHC
6.10.2 on AMD64 Linux (Arch).
> On 5/6/09, Magnus Therning <magnus at therning.org> wrote:
>> Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH wrote:
>>> On May 6, 2009, at 12:18 , Nico Rolle wrote:
>>>> why does this don't work?
>>>> test = let a = (>)
>>>> in 1 `a` 2
>>> Works fine here once I correct your indentation (the "in" needs to be
>> indented at least as far as the "l" in "let").
>> Really? For me it's enough to have "in" indented more then "test", and one
>> space is enough:
>> test = let a = (>)
>> in 1 `a` 2
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