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OCaml beginner needs help: What is wrong?
OCaml beginner needs help: What is wrong?
around this issue I think the problem is that you are trying to put an if expression into a pattern-matching statement. The left-hand side of each -> needs to correspond to a valid pattern for x.Try this:
TAG : ocaml
Date : November 03 2020, 07:01 PM , By : walkee
Longest increasing subarray in Ocaml
Longest increasing subarray in Ocaml
this one helps. There are a few problems with your code and your approach, let me highlight them in a QA form:
TAG : ocaml
Date : October 25 2020, 07:10 AM , By : Dmitry Batkovich
What does "alt" do in OCaml
What does "alt" do in OCaml
I wish did fix the issue. Your question is equivalent to "what does foo mean in ocaml?". foo is just a function name, and so is alt, and therefore, aside from naming a function, it has no special meaning in OCaml.Remember that function application in
TAG : ocaml
Date : October 12 2020, 09:00 AM , By : adajaga
I can't manage to install any ocaml modules
I can't manage to install any ocaml modules
should help you out From your description, your issue is not installing libraries but using them. Once you have installed a library, you still need to inform the compiler on where are the compiled interfaces files (.cmi) for this library, and which o
TAG : ocaml
Date : October 11 2020, 09:00 PM , By : Manoel Ramos
Is there a way to declare executables with hyphens in a OCaml dune?
Is there a way to declare executables with hyphens in a OCaml dune?
around this issue I'm setting up a demo project using dune, and want to name the executable "hello-world.exe" instead of "hello_world". If I try to build the project I get an compiler error. How can I declare an executable with hyphens in the filenam
TAG : ocaml
Date : October 11 2020, 04:00 PM , By : Nellie P
OCaml partial application for quadratic root
OCaml partial application for quadratic root
I wish this help you This question is two-fold, partially it is about mathematics, partially it is about the partial application (pun intended).There is one value for which the discriminant formula becomes trivial, it is when c is equal to zero. Ther
TAG : ocaml
Date : October 11 2020, 08:00 AM , By : Aaron Venz
How to manipulate tuple argument in Ocaml
How to manipulate tuple argument in Ocaml
seems to work fine The way to access elements of a tuple in OCaml is by pattern matching. For simple types, in fact, the pattern can appear in the place where the function argument goes.
TAG : ocaml
Date : October 02 2020, 10:00 AM , By : oaftobark
Optional parameter at the end effects the label parameter before
Optional parameter at the end effects the label parameter before
I hope this helps you . Why does let f ~x ?(y = 1) = x - y;; make the label for argument x become necessary? In other words, when I tried to evaluate f 3 ~y:2;;, I received this error: , It is not necessary to label the argument x:
TAG : ocaml
Date : October 01 2020, 11:00 AM , By : Ene Ayate
Checking if all elements are equal with map/fold
Checking if all elements are equal with map/fold
wish of those help Well, this looks like an assignment, so I won't give you the full answer, only some hints. An empty list consists of equal elements (vacuous truth) If a list starts with x and all other elements are equal to x then all elements of
TAG : ocaml
Date : September 30 2020, 05:00 PM , By : Jperez
How do I "remove" a list from a list of lists, and also an element from a list?
How do I "remove" a list from a list of lists, and also an element from a list?
I think the issue was by ths following , What you can do is using a pattern matching for instance you wanna remove an element from a list so basicly when this element is equals to the deconstruction element you match, you return the list without this
TAG : ocaml
Date : September 28 2020, 07:00 PM , By : leo
Ocaml compiling list comprehensions
Ocaml compiling list comprehensions
I wish did fix the issue. First of all a disclaimer. Camlp4 is deprecated so I would highly discourage to use it in any new project. Consider using ppx, or if you really need something that ppx is not able to provide to you, then camlp5 is still at y
TAG : ocaml
Date : September 28 2020, 12:00 PM , By : JoeK
Printing randomly from a list OCAML
Printing randomly from a list OCAML
I wish this help you Sort your list with random comparator. For example by the following function.
TAG : ocaml
Date : September 27 2020, 02:00 AM , By : Scott Charlton
Inspecting elements of an inductive type from OCaml
Inspecting elements of an inductive type from OCaml
I wish this helpful for you The canonical source these days is the official Coq Plugin Tutorial which while up-to-date, needs some help both with Google fu [so it appears first in searches] and with formatting / presentation.I'd say start there, and
TAG : ocaml
Date : September 26 2020, 02:00 PM , By : Ulyana
Unbound module Png - Png.load
Unbound module Png - Png.load
should help you out To use a package in OCaml you have to perform two actions: install the package tell your build system to use the package
TAG : ocaml
Date : September 25 2020, 06:00 PM , By : Carrie
How to implement a module signature in OCaml with some default implementation?
How to implement a module signature in OCaml with some default implementation?
will help you I want to implement a module signature in OCaml like below, where the function get_data depends on each module implementation and return an option type. I also want to provide the function get_data_exn which is a wrapping of get_data by
TAG : ocaml
Date : September 25 2020, 07:00 AM , By : Vadym
How to define Mccs/Clingo as a OPAM solver instead of aspcud
How to define Mccs/Clingo as a OPAM solver instead of aspcud
I wish did fix the issue. To set an external solver to opam, we first need to install it. for my part, the mccs solver is located in /bin/mccsFirstable, we set the global variable $OPAMEXTERNALSOLVER in ~/.opam/default/.opam-switch/environment as fol
TAG : ocaml
Date : September 21 2020, 11:00 AM , By : Roopak T J
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