adaptive-tuple: Self-optimizing tuple types
Self optimizing tuple types.
Adaptive tuples are tuple types in which the number of elements is determined at run-time. These structures are designed to combine the space-efficiency of tuples with the size flexibility of lists.
Adaptive tuples provide lazy and strict, unpacked data structures for all tuple sizes from 0 to 20 elements. Adaptive tuples of more than 20 elements are allowed, however they are stored in an ordinary list.
|Versions [RSS] [faq]||0.1.0, 0.1.1, 0.2.0|
|Dependencies||base (<5), haskell98, template-haskell (>=2.0 && <3), type-level (==0.2.*) [details]|
|Author||John W. Lato, email@example.com|
|Maintainer||John W. Lato, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Uploaded||by JohnLato at 2010-01-27T21:42:11Z|
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