can I select over functions?
Marc van Woerkom
Fri Jun 11 10:19:26 CEST 2004
Am Thu, 10 Jun 2004 23:23:49 +0200 hat
"Robert Virding" <robert.virding@REDACTED> geschrieben:
>From: "Marc van Woerkom"
>> The pseudo code in the icfp contest task had some piece
>> case instruction of
>> move(Ant, Steps) ->
>> turn(LeftRight) ->
>> sense(Direction, Time, Moonphase) ->
>> where the different cases are not simple values like a
>> token for the intended instruction, but functions.
>What are you actually trying to do here, compare
>Instruction with the actual
>functions (i.e. it is a function) or compare it with the
>values of the
Intendend is comparison of functions,
case instruction of
would be closer to the Erlang spirit.
> The name(...) syntax means a
>function call. There is no
>real way of defining a function object except with fun's
>and comparing funs
>works but is limited.
May you tell me how that comparison of functions (or is
'fun' limited to anonymous functions) looks like?
I did not spot it when I looked for it.
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