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From: Damien Guichard <alphablock@o...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] forbidden construct as right hand side of "let rec"

let list_cycle2 a b =
  let rec loop = a::b::loop
  in loop


- damien




En réponse au message
de : Lukasz Stafiniak
du : 2009-10-23 01:10:37
À : caml-list
CC : 
Sujet : Re: [Caml-list] forbidden construct as right hand side of "let rec"

While we are at it, what is the best way to convert a "straight" list
into a cyclic list?

i.e. convert

let l = a::b::[]

into

let rec l = a::b::l

(for arbitrary length lists). (The answer I recall from the archives
was using Obj.magic to mutate the [] in the original list).

On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 12:34 AM, Stéphane Glondu  <steph@glondu.net > wrote:
> Mathias Kende a écrit :
> >       let rec g = f g
>
> What about:
>
>  let rec g x = f g x

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