Sat Jul 25 10:46:55 CEST 2009
2009/7/25 Hynek Vychodil <vychodil.hynek@REDACTED>:
> On Sat, Jul 25, 2009 at 4:50 AM, Dave Pawson <dave.pawson@REDACTED> wrote:
>> filterHelper(Lst,Int,Result) when ((length(Lst) == 1) and
>> (lists:nth(1,Lst) =< Int)) ->
>> [lists:nth(1,Lst) | Result];
> It is little bit overcomplicated version of
> filterHelper([X], Int, Result) when X =< Int -> [X|Result];
Mmm. Thanks... I think :-)
(I'm trying to learn!)
Does that check for a list length of 1?
As well as the value being <= (who the heck chose =<
that is a real kludge!!!) Int?
> and also lists:nth(1,L) is equivalent of hd(L) which can be used in guards
> but in most of time use list decomposition in pattern match is more
> effective way to do it.
Ah! Didn't know about hd(L).
Is there a quick reference chart for Erlang Bofs, perhaps the common
Seems its something to fight going into any language!
XSLT XSL-FO FAQ.
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