[Haskell] 2 programs VERY URGENT
tatd2 at kent.ac.uk
Sat Aug 12 08:58:26 EDT 2006
While this is an interesting question, the haskell mailing list is
not really the appropriate place to ask it.
Questions here should be of the form of:
• How do I work this feature of Haskell
• What the hell does this error mean
• Wouldn't it be cool if Haskell did this?
• Is there a <insert dev tool here> for Haskell?
• Is there a <insert library here> library for Haskell?
They shouldn't be of the form:
• Can you do my university assignement for me?
• Can you write this piece of code for me?
Although, you could probably get away with:
• Here's a solution to this problem, how do I optimise it?
On 12 Aug 2006, at 13:23, Mohammad Mehdi Bezyan wrote:
> Hello All
> There are 2 questions for my project and I need to aswer them as
> soon as possible. The answers need to be written in Haskell using
> recursive methods.
> The questions are the following:
> Number 1:
> The set of n-combinations of a set S is the set of subsets of S of
> size n. Write a function combs :: Int -> [a] -> [[a]] which,
> representing sets as lists, calculates n-combinations of a given
> list. For example, combs 3 [1,3,5,6,9] is [[1,3,5],[1,3,6],[1,3,9],
> [1,5,6],[1,5,9], [1,6,9],[3,5,6],[3,5,9],[3,6,9],[5,6,9]]
> Within each combination, the n values should appear in the same
> order as they appear in the original list (so, for example, [1,5,3]
> should not appear instead of [1,3,5] in the result for combs 3
> [1,3,5,6,9]). But the list of combinations may appear in any order
> (ie, [1,3,5] need not appear first in the result of combs 3
> [1,3,5,6,9]). You may assume that the list argument to combs does
> not contain duplicate members.
> Number 2:
> Given a list of lists, a list is in the Cartesian product of them
> if it contains one member from each of them. Write a function
> cart :: [[a]] -> [[a]] which calculates this. For example, cart
> [[1,2], , [7,8,9]] is [[1,4,7],[1,4,8],[1,4,9],[2,4,7],[2,4,8],
> Each member of the Cartesian product must appear in the appropriate
> order: eg, in [1,4,7] above, 1 appears first, then 4, then 7,
> because 1 is from the first input list [1,2], 4 is from the second
> input list , and 7 is from the third input list . The list of
> members of the Cartesian product may appear in any order (ie,
> [1,4,7] need not appear first in the list).
> It would be very much appreciated if you could help me or provide
> me with some code, please. I need them very soon.
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