## Haskell Program to find the hyperbolic arcsine of the given value

Akhil Sharma

Updated on 20-Jan-2023 10:13:07

This tutorial will help us in finding hyperbolic arcsine of the given value. The hyperbolic arcsine (also known as "area hyperbolic sine" or "inverse hyperbolic sine") of a value, denoted as asinh(x), is the inverse function of the hyperbolic sine function (sinh(x)), which is defined as − asinh(x) = ln(x ... Read More

## Haskell Program to convert a number into a complex number

Akhil Sharma

Updated on 20-Jan-2023 10:09:09

This tutorial will help us in converting a number into a complex number. In Haskell, the Data.Complex library provides a Complex type to represent complex numbers. The :+ operator is used to construct a complex number from its real and imaginary parts. Method 1: Using convertToComplex Function In this ... Read More

## Haskell Program to convert the string into an integer

Akhil Sharma

Updated on 20-Jan-2023 10:05:49

This tutorial will help us in converting the string into an integer. In Haskell, the process of converting a string to an integer typically involves using the read function or readMaybe function from the Text.Read module. Another approach is to use the digitToInt function from the Data.Char module to convert ... Read More

## Haskell Program to find the hyperbolic tangent of given radian value

Akhil Sharma

Updated on 20-Jan-2023 09:22:35

This tutorial will help us in finding hyperbolic tangent of the given radian value. The hyperbolic functions are used to calculate the angles and the distances. The hyperbolic tangent function gives us the hyperbolic tangent value of the radian angle. The angle value must be a radian value. If the ... Read More

## Haskell program to multiply two floating point numbers

Akhil Sharma

Updated on 19-Jan-2023 15:08:46

This tutorial will help us in multiplying two floating point numbers. The multiplication is simply an arithmetic mathematical operation. In Haskell, floating point numbers are represented as values of the Float or Double type. You can use the (*) operator or the multiply() function to multiply two floating point numbers ... Read More

## Haskell Program to calculate the volume of Cube

Akhil Sharma

Updated on 19-Jan-2023 14:44:53

This tutorial will help us in calculating the volume of a cube. The volume of a cube is a measure of the amount of space inside the cube. It is calculated by multiplying the length of one side of the cube (s) by itself three times. The formula to calculate ... Read More

## Haskell Program to calculate the area of Cube

Akhil Sharma

Updated on 19-Jan-2023 14:42:55

This tutorial will help us in calculating the area of a cube. There are various approaches to calculating the area but the mathematical formula to calculate the area will remain the same I.e., 6*(side^2). Method 1: Using cubeArea Function This example defines a function cubeArea that takes a single argument, ... Read More

## Haskell Program to calculate the sum of all odd numbers up to N

Akhil Sharma

Updated on 19-Jan-2023 14:39:38

This tutorial will help us in calculating the sum of all odd numbers up to N. Haskell uses a functional programming paradigm, which means that it uses functions to transform data, rather than using loops and variables to keep track of state changes. There are different ways to calculate the ... Read More

## Haskell Program to calculate the sum of all even numbers

Akhil Sharma

Updated on 19-Jan-2023 14:36:52

This tutorial will help us in calculating the sum of all even numbers. Haskell uses a functional programming paradigm, which means that it uses functions to transform data, rather than using loops and variables to keep track of state changes. There are different ways to calculate the sum of all ... Read More

## Haskell Program to check whether a variable is defined or not

Akhil Sharma

Updated on 19-Jan-2023 14:33:38

This tutorial will help us in checking whether a variable is defined or not. In Haskell, a variable is considered defined if it has a value assigned to it. The value can be of any type, including a special type called Maybe that is used to represent values that may ... Read More