[erlang-questions] how: Another library flatten function?
Sat Feb 27 14:37:18 CET 2010
I'm not sure but:
f(List, , ).
f(, , A) ->
f(, [H|T], A) ->
f(H, T, A);
f([L|_]=I, T, A) when is_number(L) ->
f(T, , [I | A]);
f([H|Tail], T, A) ->
f(H, [Tail | T], A).
黃耀賢 (Yau-Hsien Huang) wrote:
> The basic concept of flattening a list, similar to process a binary tree, is
> to flatten the head
> elements which may be a list or not, to flatten the tail which is a list,
> and to concatenate
> these two parts. How to make a flattening function tail-recursive?
> 2010/2/27 Dmitry Belayev <>
>> Shame on me, my own version uses f(_, f(_)) so it is not-tail recursive
>> Dmitry Belayev wrote:
>>> It would be best solution in non-strict language like haskell, but in
>>> erlang it is not tail-recursive, so it will use more memory.
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