How can I make a counter without Monad?
tomasz.zielonka at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 05:02:23 EST 2005
On Wed, Mar 16, 2005 at 10:51:08AM +0100, Nicolas Oury wrote:
> Thanks for your help.
> >>Are there other ways to implement a counter in Haskell?
> >Using a State monad?
> If I use your example on :
> test = let Node x l = enumeratedTree ( Node 'a' [undefined, Node 'b'
> in tail l
> GHCI answers
> [Node (*** Exception: Prelude.undefined
> A monadic counter imposes an order of evaluation.
> In my program, I don't care about the order of the numbers.
> I only want them to be all different.
> I think a monad is too restrictive for what I need.
OK, I understand. In this situation you probably want either splittable
name supply. Let me get back to your first post...
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