Talk:Matrix transposition

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Copyright permission obtained for additional Haskell entry ?

A new Haskell entry repeats the use of the standard `transpose` function, but adds an implementation apparently copied from a textbook.

Note that the standard implementation is already available to view at:

Copyright material should not be used on Rosetta Code unless permission has been obtained.

Is that the case here ? Hout (talk) 21:14, 1 March 2021 (UTC)

As, a week later, the poster has not been able to provide any assurance that this is not the copyright violation that it appears to be, we really need to delete, at least for the moment.
(it can always be restored later, if it can be established that adequate permission to reproduce had, in fact, been obtained)
In the meanwhile, the standard Haskell definition of transpose is, in any case, available at the link above. Hout (talk) 11:20, 9 March 2021 (UTC)