From a138eebb1d014097f9e1594c5082ab62b463eb13 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: jim Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2015 09:47:37 -0500 Subject: [PATCH] tweak --- exercises/assignment2_hint.mdwn | 2 +- 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-) diff --git a/exercises/assignment2_hint.mdwn b/exercises/assignment2_hint.mdwn index bd17bca1..7ae55853 100644 --- a/exercises/assignment2_hint.mdwn +++ b/exercises/assignment2_hint.mdwn @@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ The problem was: 25. We mentioned in the Encoding notes that `fold_left (flipped_cons, []) xs` would give us the elements of `xs` but in the reverse order. So that's how we can express `reverse` in terms of `fold_left`. How would you express `reverse` in terms of `fold_right`? - This problem does have an elegant and concise solution, but it may be hard for you to figure it out. We think it will a useful exercise for you to try, anyway. We'll give a [[hint]]. Don't look at the hint until you've gotten really worked up about the problem. Before that, it probably will just be baffling. If your mind has really gotten its talons into the problem, though, the hint might be just what you need to break it open. + This problem does have an elegant and concise solution, but it may be hard for you to figure it out. We think it will a useful exercise for you to try, anyway. Don't look at the hint until you've gotten really worked up about the problem. Before that, it probably will just be baffling. If your mind has really gotten its talons into the problem, though, the hint might be just what you need to break it open. There are also other, less cool answers. Perhaps you'll find one of them first. -- 2.11.0