sorrynomail at no.no
Tue Nov 18 23:15:25 CET 2003
I'm hoping you could show me examples of how a functional/declarative
language could be used to consicely describe resticted subsets of elements.
I'm looking for a 'specification' style definition so any ideas/input would
be very welcome.
Thanks for your time,
Say I have a list of items which is considered ordered...
['iA', 'iB', 'iC', 'iD', 'iE', 'iF']
which could also be enumerated if needed...
[(0,'iA'), (1,'iB'), (2,'iC'), (3,'iD'), (4,'iE'), (5,'iF')]
How would I go about writing definitions such that I could calculate...
a) All ordered subsets.
b) All continuous ordered subset.
c) All fixed relations, such as 2 items spaced by 2.
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