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Grid coordinates and infinite lists

Grid coordinates and infinite lists: Learning Haskell Programming
Grid coordinates and infinite lists: Learning Haskell Programming

Learn how to associate every character on the word grid with a set of coordinates such as (2, 3) pointing at its position by row and column. You can accomplish this by learning more about Haskell's list type, including how to work with infinite lists, repeat values, iterate them with the List monad and list comprehensions, and join lists together with zip.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Developer Programming Languages Haskell

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