Fri Jul 3 17:27:42 UTC 2015

```I see... ok, it's interesting, but seems to require a long time of studying
just to understand it. ^^

I am looking for something to solve computer science's complexity problem.
I believe we should have simple structures at every level, from high-level
to low-level.

btw I am redefining the levels like this:

Medium level: Shortened pseudo-code
Low level: A formerly called "high-level" language like Haskell or Java

So we're then two levels higher than before. ^^

Cheers

On Fri, Jul 3, 2015 at 7:19 PM, Dan Burton <danburton.email at gmail.com>
wrote:

> It can, if you know the correct magic incantations to give ghc (which I
> don't, but I know the knowledge is out there). The phrase to Google is
> "reading ghc core", where "core" refers to an intermediate language that
>
>
> On Friday, July 3, 2015, Stefan Reich <
>
>> Here's a general question: Can the output of the Haskell compiler be
>> inspected in some - readable - way?
>>
>> Stefan
>>
>> On Fri, Jul 3, 2015 at 10:18 AM, Baojun Wang <wangbj at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> First of all, I found it interesting that
>>>
>>> loopM_ f k n s = when (k <= n) (f k >> loopM_ f (s+k) n s)
>>>
>>> loopM_ seems faster than mapM_    ( mapM_ f [k, k+s..n]))
>>>
>>> I think mapM_ is used very commonly, why it's performance is even lower
>>> than a hand-written loop function?
>>>
>>> 2nd, even I replace mapM_ with loopM_ from above, when chain IO action,
>>> it still can leak space. ( Because IO Monad (>>) need keep ``RealWorld s''
>>> updated so that I/O actions can be done in-order? )
>>>
>>> Consider below function:
>>>
>>> f3 :: UArray Int Int -> IOUArray Int Int64 -> Int -> IO ()
>>> f3 u r i = let !v = u ! i
>>>             in go (f31 v) i i
>>>   where f31 v j = readArray r j >>= \v1 ->
>>>           writeArray r j (v1 + (fromIntegral i) * (fromIntegral v))
>>>         f31 :: Int -> Int -> IO ()
>>>         go g k s = when (k <= maxn) (
>>>           g k >> go g (s+k) s )
>>>
>>> When call f3:
>>>
>>>   loopM_ (f3 uu res) 1 1 1000000
>>>
>>> Which will have blow profiling output:
>>>
>>> individual inherited
>>> COST CENTRE MODULE no. entries %time %alloc %time %alloc
>>>
>>>
>>> ...
>>> loopM_ Main 104 4000002 7.4 10.1 100.0 99.3
>>> f3 Main 113 1000000 1.0 2.0 70.2 69.1
>>> f3.go Main 116 14970034 32.7 67.1 68.8 67.1
>>> f3.f31 Main 117 13970034 34.5 0.0 36.1 0.0
>>> f3.f31.\ Main 118 13970034 1.7 0.0 1.7 0.0
>>> f3.f31 Main 114 0 0.3 0.0 0.4 0.0
>>> f3.f31.\ Main 115 0 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.0
>>> ...
>>> Why f3.go consumes so much space (67.1%)? The only reason I can think of
>>> is IO Monad chain (>>) isn't space free as I thought.
>>>
>>> Did I get something fundamentally wrong?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> baojun
>>>
>>> _______________________________________________
>>>
>>>
>>
>
> --
> -- Dan Burton
>
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