ketil+haskell at ii.uib.no
Tue Feb 15 03:03:59 EST 2005
Keean Schupke <k.schupke at imperial.ac.uk> writes:
> Historically, towns in the UK used to have their own time (set by
> midday) - however when the railway came, it was necessary to
> standardise time, so that train timetables could be compiled.
> What do the national train/public-transport services do in these
> instances? My gut feeling would be that whatever they do would be what
> Haskell should do. I would guess that such local anomalies are ignored
> by the public transport timetables?
Or completely drowned by the anomalies in the adherence to said
timetables. That's of course one possible solution :-)
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