JPEG compression translated into Haskell language.
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JPEG compression translated into Haskell language. by Mika Maeda Download PDF EPUB FB2
You cannot do x1:ct:xs, ct has type Int but x1 is a Char and xs is a [Char].You want to do x1:show ct ++ xs or something similar. – Bakuriu Mar 3 '16 at I'm looking for a straight-forward combination of standard higher-order functions to compress a list by counting repetitive elements.
For example the result for "abbccccb" would be: [(1, 'a. Arithmetic . It binds more tightly; actually, function application binds more tightly than anything else. To see this, we can do something like. This is a library of parser combinators, originally written by Koen Claessen.
It parses all alternatives in parallel, so it never keeps hold of the beginning of the input string, a. When using JPEG with high compression ratios, visual artifacts cannot be avoided.
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