[Haskell-cafe] Haskell and C++ program
tretriluxana.s at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 15:45:22 EST 2009
I was looking around Stroustrup's website and found a simple program that he
showed how standard library can be used to make the program succinct and
safe. See http://www.research.att.com/~bs/bs_faq2.html#simple-program. I
wondered how a Haskell program equivalent to it looks like and I came up
with the code below.
import qualified Control.Exception as E
main = E.catch (interact reverseDouble) (\_ -> print "format error")
reverseDouble = unlines . doIt . words
where doIt = intro . toStrings . reverse . toDoubles . input
toDoubles = map (read::String->Double)
toStrings = map show
input = takeWhile (/= "end")
intro l = ("read " ++ (show $ length l) ++ " elements") :
"elements in reversed order" :
I'm not a Haskell expert and I am pretty sure that this is not the optimal
form a Haskell program that's equivalent to the C++ one. So I would like to
see, from the Haskell experts in this group, how else (of course better
form) such a program can be written.
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