LISTS(2) LISTS(2) NAME lists: allsat, anysat, append, combine, concat, delete, filter, find, ismember, last, map, pair, partition, reverse, unpair- list operations SYNOPSIS include "lists.m" lists := load Lists Lists->PATH; append: fn[T](l: list of T, x: T): list of T; combine: fn[T](l1: list of T, l2: list of T): list of T; concat: fn[T](l1: list of T, l2: list of T): list of T; delete: fn[T](x: T, l: list of T): list of T for { T => eq: fn(a, b: T): int; }; find: fn[T](x: T, l: list of T): list of T for { T => eq: fn(a, b: T): int; }; ismember: fn[T](x: T, l: list of T): int for { T => eq: fn(a, b: T): int; }; last: fn[T](l: list of T): T; pair: fn[T1, T2](l1: list of T1, l2: list of T2): list of (T1, T2); reverse: fn[T](l: list of T): list of T; unpair: fn[T1, T2](l: list of (T1, T2)): (list of T1, list of T2); allsat: fn[T](p: ref fn(x: T): int, l: list of T): int; anysat: fn[T](p: ref fn(x: T): int, l: list of T): int; filter: fn[T](p: ref fn(x: T): int, l: list of T): list of T; map: fn[T](f: ref fn(x: T): T, l: list of T): list of T; partition: fn[T](p: ref fn(x: T): int, l: list of T): (list of T, list of T); DESCRIPTION The module provides operations on lists of type T, which may be any reference type, or string. Reference types are array, chan, list, module, and ref adt. None of the opera- tions change their parameter lists: they always return a new list. First, there is a group of common list operations. Append returns a new list with the elements of l followed by the element x. Combine returns a new list that has the elements of both l1 and l2 in no defined order. Concat returns a new list that has the elements of l1 fol- lowed by the elements of l2. Page 1 Plan 9 (printed 10/2/22) LISTS(2) LISTS(2) Delete returns a new list in which the first element of l that is equal to x has been removed (all others remain). X must be an adt reference type T with an operation T.eq that returns true (non-zero) if two values of type T are consid- ered equal. Find finds the first instance of x in list l and returns the tail of l with x at its head. Find returns nil if there is no instance of x in l. Ismember returns 1 if there is an element of l that is equal to x. Last returns the value of the element at the end of list l. A run-time error occurs if l is nil. Pair takes two lists l1 and l2, and returns a new list of tuples (v1, v2) in which each element of l1 has been paired with the corresponding element of l2. A run-time error occurs if the lists are not equal in length. Reverse returns a new list containing the elements of l in reverse order. Unpair takes a list of tuples (v1, v2) and returns a tuple of lists (l1, l2) where l1 contains the first element of each tuple, and l2 contains the second element of each tuple. A second group of operations applies a function f or a Boolean predicate p to each element of a list l, returning a transformed list or a Boolean value. A predicate p must return non-zero if its parameter value satisfies its condi- tion, and must return zero if it does not. Allsat returns 1 if all elements of l satisfy p, and returns 0 otherwise. Anysat returns 1 if any element of l satisfies p, and returns 0 otherwise. Filter returns a new list containing only the elements of l that satisfy p. Map returns a new list in which each element of l has been transformed by f (ie, if l is e0::e1::... then the result is f(e0)::f(e1)::...). Partition returns a tuple of lists (l1, l2) of lists where l1 contains all elements of l that satisfy p and l2 contains all elements of l that do not satisfy p. Page 2 Plan 9 (printed 10/2/22) LISTS(2) LISTS(2) SOURCE /appl/lib/lists.b BUGS The current implementation of polymorphism is limited to reference types and strings, which in turn limits use of this module. SEE ALSO arrays(2) Page 3 Plan 9 (printed 10/2/22)