Completed

Haskell functions simple

[login to view URL] a function count_odds that produces the number of odds in a list of numbers. For example, count_odds [1,2,3,4,7,8] should return 3.

2. Write a function remove_last_two that removes the last two elements in a list. If the list contains two or less elements, then it should return the list unchanged. For example, remove_last [1,2,3,4,5,6] should return [1,2,3,4].

3. Using library functions, define a function halve :: [a ] → ([a ], [a ]) that splits an even-length list into two halves. For example, halve [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6] should return ([1, 2, 3], [4, 5, 6]).

4. Write a function min_max that takes a list of numbers and returns the minimum, as well as the maximum element in the list as a pair. For example, min_max [4,3,6,5,9,10,8] should return (3,10) as the answer.

5. Redefine the function mult x y z = x * y * z using lambda expressions.

6. Write a function primes_before that takes a natural number n and returns in a list the prime numbers that are smaller than n. For example, primes_before 10 should return [2,3,5,7].

7. Write a function sum_average_count that takes a list of numbers and returns as a triple the sum, average and count of the numbers. For example, sum_average_count [2,4,12] should return (18,6,3).

8. Write a function to_list that takes a tuple of three components and returns the list of those components. For example, to_list (3,4,5) should return [3,4,5].

Skills: Haskell, Lisp

See more: building simple shopping cart using aspnet session object, simple code conversion currency using compiler, creating simple mp3 player using java, simple gui using excel, calculate quarterly payments using simple interest, simple project vba using sql, simple inventory system using, simple game using arrays, create simple chart vbnet using dundas, create simple banner using css, simple file list using php, simple file delete using php, simple inventory using access, find minimum spanning tree using adjacency matrix, create program functions simple boolean calculator bit integers, if i have grade 9 and i want to be machenical engineer, https://in.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/1663-maximum-power-point-tracking-using-fuzzy-logic-control-method#comment_354819, maximum power point tracking using fuzzy logic control method

About the Employer:
( 0 reviews ) Preston, United Kingdom

Project ID: #21814116

Awarded to:

vanilladevs

.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... More

€40 EUR in 3 days
(4 Reviews)
3.1