[Haskell-cafe] Why does `flip` cause function type so different ?

zaxis z_axis at 163.com
Sat Mar 20 21:56:14 EDT 2010

yes, i am a haskell-beginners. However, i still feel haskell-cafe is a good
place for me to learn haskell !  
If the question is too simple for you to answer, then you can just ignore it
.  I believe somebody else can still supply help even if without you. 

Ivan Lazar Miljenovic wrote:
> Heinrich Apfelmus <apfelmus at quantentunnel.de> writes:
>> Ivan Miljenovic wrote:
>>> Also, there's a haskell-beginners mailing list.  You may wish to post
>>> there rather than asking us every question you get whilst learning
>>> Haskell.
>> Every question is welcome on  haskell-cafe . The goal of
>> haskell-beginners  is to encourage answers that are tailored to
>> beginners, i.e. no scary existential multi-parameter category theory
>> type class monads there. :)
> Well, yes; except that recently zaxis has been asking quite a few of
> these "beginner-level" questions to the list, and I figured that
> haskell-beginners was catering more for the type of questions he had.
> -- 
> Ivan Lazar Miljenovic
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fac n = let {  f = foldr (*) 1 [1..n] } in f 
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