[erlang-questions] conses in erlang?
Wed Jul 2 16:25:20 CEST 2008
Not knowing how new (or not) to Erlang the OP might be, I just wanted to
make sure that the OP is aware of the existence of lists:seq/2, even if it's
stating the obvious.
On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 5:03 AM, Lev Walkin <> wrote:
> not norwegian swede wrote:
> > can i use conses in erlang?
> > like in scheme, then i only need one function. is the range func in
> > erlang ood erlang-style or is there a better way to do it?
> > (define (seq a b)
> > (if (< a b)
> > (cons a (seq (+ a 1) b))
> > '()))
> > -module(test).
> > -export([range/2]).
> > range(Start, End) when Start < End, is_integer(Start), is_integer(End) ->
> > seq(Start, End, ).
> > seq(Start, End, List) ->
> > if Start =< End ->
> > seq(Start + 1, End, List ++ [Start]);
> > true ->
> > List
> > end.
> seq(Start, End) when is_integer(Start), is_intger(End) ->
> seq(End, Start, ).
> seq(End, Start, Acc) when Start >= End ->
> seq(End - 1, Start, [End|Acc]);
> seq(_End, _Start, Acc) -> Acc.
> this approach also has a linear complexity, instead of being O(N^2)
> in your cas.
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