last method gets the last element of a Haskel list.
A Haskell list can be of any data type, a string of letters, an array of numbers, etc.
Getting the last element of a list can come in handy while working with arrays. Like in functions where we add into an array or remove from it, we will want to know the last element in the array after the action.
last method takes the
list as a parameter.
Let’s look at the executable code below to see how we can get the last element:
main = do let x = [1,3,5,7,9] print(last x)
xand assign an array of numbers to it.
print()method. Here, we pass the
last()function with the list as an argument.
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