[Haskell-cafe] function types as instances of Num
haskell at sleepingsquirrel.org
Thu Oct 26 20:40:51 EDT 2006
Dan Weston wrote:
> How about:
Hmm. I'm probably being dense today, but when I add the following
definitions to your program...
main = print $ (square . 4) ()
square (a,b) = (a*a,b)
...I still get the same error...
No instance for (Num (() -> (t, t1)))
arising from the literal `4' at weston.hs:5:25
Possible fix: add an instance declaration for (Num (() -> (t, t1)))
In the second argument of `(.)', namely `4'
In the second argument of `($)', namely `(square . 4) ()'
In the expression: print $ ((square . 4) ())
...maybe you could show me your implementation of "main" and "square" to
help nudge me in the right direction. (I'm using ghc-6.6)
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