[Haskell-cafe] All combinations in order.
wren at community.haskell.org
Tue May 17 00:40:32 UTC 2016
On Mon, May 16, 2016 at 1:48 PM, Christian Brolin <cbrolin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hmm, I tried to post this via google groups but it was rejected. So I try to
> mail the list instead. Sorry for any duplicates.
> Hi list!
> How to transform a list of streams of elements into a stream of lists of
> elements such that all combinations of exactly one element of each input
> stream is present? I.e. something like this:
> type Stream a = [a]
> tr :: [Stream e] -> Stream [e]
> tr = sequence
> But I want the order of the output lists so the ones with early elements
> come first. The above starts with the first elements from each stream but
> does not treat the streams fairly. All the elements of the last stream are
> used before the next element of the second last stream is used, i.e.
For fair interleaving of streams, you should check out
(And be sure to read the paper, not just the Haddock documentation)
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