haskell string split
To split a string in Haskell, you can use the
words function to split the string into a list of words based on whitespace. Here's an example:
splitString :: String -> [String]
splitString = words
This function takes a string as input and returns a list of strings, where each element of the list is a word from the input string.
For example, if you call
splitString "Hello World", it will return
Please note that the
words function splits the string based on whitespace, so if you have punctuation or other non-alphanumeric characters, they will be included in the resulting words. If you need more advanced string splitting, you can use regular expressions or other libraries in Haskell.
I hope this helps!