[Haskell-cafe] convert a list of booleans into Word*
bradypus at xs4all.nl
Wed Sep 30 07:07:17 EDT 2009
Sorry, msb rigthmost
> Here's another approach for Bool lists with msb leftmost:
> bitsToInt :: [Bool] -> Integer
> bitsToInt = foldr((.(flip shiftL 1)).(+)) 0. map (fromIntegral.fromEnum)
> Hallo Paul.Brauner at loria.fr, je schreef op 30-09-09 11:18:
>> I haven't found a function in hackage or in the standard library that
>> takes a list of booleans (or a list of 0s and 1s, or a tuple of booleans
>> or 0s and 1s) and outputs a Word8 or Word32.
>> I have written one which seems very inefficient :
>> toWord8 :: [Bool] -> Word8
>> toWord8 bs = go 0 0 bs
>> where go n r  = r
>> go n r (b:bs) = go (n+1) (if b then setBit r n else clearBit r n) bs
>> Is there a better way to do this out there ?
>> (If it helps, i'm writting a toy compression algorithm, which outputs
>> binary as lists of booleans, and I'd like to output that in a file).
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Met vriendelijke groet,
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