fox at ucw.cz
Fri Nov 16 08:40:27 CET 2012
> On Thu, 15 Nov 2012, Andreas Abel wrote:
> >Sounds ok, by why especially for Set. Why not (also)
> > Map.intersectionList :: Ord k => Map k a -> [k] -> Map k a
> > Map.differenceList :: Ord k => Map k a -> [k] -> Map k a
> >? Screams for a generalization.
> I assume that Map.differenceSet can make use of the internal tree
> structure of a set and is thus more efficient. The documentation of
> Map.difference says it uses an adaption of hedge-union and this
> could also be used for Map.differenceSet.
This is true for Map and Set, although the difference versus
Map.insersection m (fromSet (const ()) s)
will be probably minor.
It is not the case for IntMap and IntSet, as these has different
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