Hi
I got a Haskell exam in a few days and doing the pastpaper of it. Since the anwer of it is not given
the questions which I have no idea...
Thank you very much
asukai

(a) What is a qualified type in Haskell?
Qualified type is a type which consist of more than one type. For instance, Integral a=> a-> a is a
qualified type where Integral is type class whose element is int and Integer.

(b) What are the types of the following Haskell functions?
(i) one x y = x < y
Boolean
(ii) two x y = x + y
Real
(iii) three x y = xy
Real

(iv) four x y = x + + y
List
(v) five x y = x ! ! y
An element of List. Eq. (not sure)
(vi) six x y = x = = y
boolean.

(c) In the context of a functional programming language what is a homomorphism?

No idea.
languages as compared with other sorts of language.

Good programming practise.
Simpler and shorter code.

Anything else?

Not flexible.
Strict Syntax. Need to specify type for each function.
Limited libeary.
It only deals with calculation problem.
Anything else?
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the ++ is "infix"

For number two, are you looking for "add" or "Lambda Abstractions"?

Check out these pages:
http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~paull/cs1011/inbuilt.html
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(v) five x y = x ! ! y
An element of List. Eq. (not sure)
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type of list x

Good programming practise.
Simpler and shorter code.

Anything else?
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Ability to follow mathmatical arguments? (maybe)
I disagree with good programming practise, good recursion practise maybe, not general programming practise.

(c) In the context of a functional programming language what is a homomorphism
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I forgot!!

Dech

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