## scala cartesian product

**Cross product in Scala** - You can do this pretty straightforwardly with an implicit class and a for -
comprehension in Scala 2.10: implicit class Crossable[X](xs: Traversable[X]) { def

**Cartesian product of two lists** - String]] = Map(0 -> List(A, B), 1 -> List(C, D)) scala> cartesianProduct("01".map(
conversion).toList) res9: List[List[java.lang.String]] = List(List(A,

**recursion - Cartesian product in Scala** - It can actually be re-written as a tail-recursive function. The key was to use a
global accumulator (with all results) and not a "local" accumlator

**Cartesian product in Scala** - Cartesian product in Scala. val s = Seq("1","2","3","4") val t = Seq("a","b","c","d","e",
"f") val u = Seq("x","y") val v = Seq("m","l","n","o","p")

**Cartesian product of two or more lists** - Cartesian product of two or more lists. Show one or more idiomatic ways of generating the Cartesian product of two arbitrary lists in your language.

**Cartesian product function in Scala · GitHub** - Cartesian product function in Scala. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and
snippets.

**scala-examples/CartesianProduct.scala at master · michaelpnash ** - Contribute to michaelpnash/scala-examples development by creating an account
on GitHub. scala-examples/src/test/scala/matrix/CartesianProduct.scala.

**herding cats** - scala> val hs = Functor[List].map(List(1, 2, 3, 4)) ({(_: Int) * (_:Int)}.curried)
Cartesian defines product function, which produces a pair of (A, B) wrapped in
effect

**Sequencing in for-comprehensions - Language Design** - This can be achieved by making Cartesian products repeatedly or sequencing
lists of objects. Alternative way for avoiding flatMaps is to devise

**Migrating to Spark 2.0 - Part 4 : Cross Joins** - Cross Join or cartesian product is one kind of join where each row of one dataset
is joined with other. So if we have a dataset of size m and if

## kotlin cartesian product

**Cartesian products** - it may be just the stress of having to get stuff together for a presentation on Saturday, but I cannot think of a good way of doing the same thing in Kotlin.
I don't know groovy very well, but do you mean something like this?
I can currently get a [Ljava.util.List; but that is not

**Cartesian product of two or more lists** - Cartesian product of two or more lists. Show one or more idiomatic ways of generating the Cartesian product of two arbitrary lists in your language.

**Kotlin flatMap - map** - cartesianProduct(java.util.Set): "Returns every possible list that can be formed
by choosing one element from each of the given sets in order;

**Cartesian product of multiple iterables as a sequence · GitHub** - Created by IceDragon on 06-Feb-2018 */. import kotlin.coroutines.experimental.
buildSequence. fun product(vararg lists: Iterable<Any?>): Sequence<List<Any?>

**Kotlin collections** - Kotlin collections - leftJoin,innerJoin, GitHub Raw. cartesianProduct.kt val r
:List<Pair<String,Int>> = (listOf("A","B") cartesianProduct listOf(100,200,300)).

**Cartesian Product of any number of sets** - Given N number of sets. The task is to write a program to perform cartesian
product of all the sets in a given order. Example: Input: 1st set: 1 2 2nd set: A 3rd
set:

**Cartesian Product of Two Sets** - Let A and B be two sets, Cartesian productA × B is the set of all ordered pair of
Given two finite non-empty sets, write a program to print Cartesian Product.

**Sum Types in Swift and Kotlin – Adapptor – Medium** - With a Product Type, the number of possible states it can be in is calculated using
the Cartesian product. The Cartesian product is the “set of all

**Learn Android Studio 3 with Kotlin: Efficient Android App Development** - Functional companion to Kotlin's Standard Library. Map 2 values inside the
type constructor context and apply a function to their cartesian product.