Programming performance/Magnus Haskell
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(mention minor bugs)
Latest revision as of 17:53, 7 March 2007
- Language: Haskell
- Skill: Intermediate. I'm self taught in Haskell and use it as a hobbyist but haven't used it much for serious work.
- Time: 25 minutes.
- Notes: 10 minutes spent on a silly bug where I had typed 1 instead of 100. This code is not very pretty but it works. A while after submitting I noticed I used the wrong data column. It should say column 4, not 3 in closingPrice.
import Data.List (partition,foldl') closingPrice::String->Double closingPrice line = read (words line !! 3) sell assets price = sum (map (\(_,shares)->shares*price) assets) tradeOnce (cash,assets,lastPrice) todayPrice = if todayPrice <= lastPrice * 97/100 then let buyCost = cash*10/100 in (cash-buyCost, (lastPrice,buyCost/lastPrice):assets, todayPrice) else let (toSell,toKeep) = partition (\(buyPrice,_)->todayPrice >= buyPrice*106/100) assets in (cash + sell toSell todayPrice, toKeep, todayPrice) notComment ('#':rest) = False notComment _ = True trade input = let (firstPrice:restPrices) = reverse $ map closingPrice $ filter notComment $ lines input in foldl' tradeOnce (10000.0,,firstPrice) restPrices main = do input <- readFile "gspc.txt" let (cash,toSell,lastPrice) = trade input let result = cash + sell toSell lastPrice print result
Bugs: Two minor bugs here. Purchases are made at lastPrice rather than todayPrice. The wrong column of the data is used. It should be the last column not the 4th column. Newsham 17:53, 7 March 2007 (UTC)