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2023-01-28 10:57:05 +0100 <c_wraith> (before it's evaluated, it'll be a thunk holding on to a function and its arguments)
2023-01-28 10:55:15 +0100 <c_wraith> anyway, ignoring all the red herrings... Immutability means free sharing. So in let x = (1,(2,3)); y = snd x in ... well, after evaluation, y will be the same pointer as the second entry in x
2023-01-28 10:54:18 +0100 <gnalzo> well, anyway, [1, [2, 3]] is not valid. I'm mistaken.
2023-01-28 10:54:10 +0100 <aeroplane> I'm sorry i mixed haskell with lisp
2023-01-28 10:54:02 +0100foul_owl(~kerry@157.97.134.62)
2023-01-28 10:53:05 +0100 <c_wraith> But it isn't a list
2023-01-28 10:53:02 +0100 <gnalzo> oh yes
2023-01-28 10:52:54 +0100 <lambdabot> (1,(2,3))
2023-01-28 10:52:52 +0100 <c_wraith> > (1, (2, 3))
2023-01-28 10:52:47 +0100 <c_wraith> it's valid.
2023-01-28 10:52:38 +0100 <gnalzo> notice, (1,(2,3)) is not valid haskell. And is not a list. The list are denoted using [ ]
2023-01-28 10:52:22 +0100 <c_wraith> data types use exactly the representation they're declared with.
2023-01-28 10:51:32 +0100 <c_wraith> "uses linked lists internally"?
2023-01-28 10:50:34 +0100 <aeroplane> Hi everyone, I have a simple question. since haskell uses linked list internally, so if I do this "let x=(1,(2,3))" and then "y=snd x", then does haskell creates two copies of (2,3) in the memory or their is only one single entry refrenced at two places (x and y)
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2023-01-28 10:01:10 +0100 <davean> Maybe they mean https://hackage.haskell.org/package/cpython ?
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2023-01-28 09:37:48 +0100 <energizer> last update 6 hours ago https://github.com/python/cpython
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2023-01-28 09:23:52 +0100 <Inst> I can't even get it to install on Windows, but that's my fault for using windows
2023-01-28 09:23:26 +0100Inst_Inst
2023-01-28 09:23:12 +0100 <Inst_> CPython is dead? Last update 2 years ago