[Hugs-users] Avoiding use of the stack
josefs at cs.chalmers.se
Fri Nov 19 08:32:27 EST 2004
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> G'day all.
> Quoting Scott Turner <p.turner at computer.org>:
> > testR2' a n = (testR2' $! (a+n)) (n-1)
> Proving, once again, that the associativity of $! is wrong. :-)
In what sense is it wrong, and in what sense does this example show that?
Sorry if I'm missing something obvious here.
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