Haskell -> Python

Aahz aahz at pythoncraft.com
Sun Nov 4 06:16:30 CET 2012


In article <b19e3922-d86f-426f-afb8-1f75b793f87b at googlegroups.com>,
 <foster63 at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>def options( heaps ):
>
>    if heaps == []: return []
>    
>    head, tail = heaps[:1], heaps[1:]
>    
>    # Calculate all possible moves which is the sum of 
>    # prepending all possible head "moves" to the tail 
>    # and appending all possible tail "moves" to the head
>    
>    return [ [h] + tail for h in range( head[0] ) ] \
>         + [ head + t   for t in options( tail )  ]
>
>Is there anything anyone could recommend to make it more "Pythonic" or
>more functional.  It looks clumsy next to the Haskell.

If you want more Pythonic, follow PEP8 in your formatting.  ;-)
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