Is there an equivalent operator to Haskell's list difference operator `\\`

in F#?

## Haskell list difference operator in F#

I'm using this:

```
let (/-/) l1 l2 = List.filter (fun i -> not <| List.exists ((=) i) l2) l1
```

If anyone sees a problem, let me know.

Is for lists, so there could be duplicates in the result. For example:

```
[1;1;2] /-/ [2;3] would be eq to [1;1]
```

Was bounced, yet I believe it is worth to write here the implementation of `( /-/ )`

(the F# version of Haskell's `\\`

):

```
let flip f x y = f y x
let rec delete x = function
| [] -> []
| h :: t when x = h -> t
| h :: t -> h :: delete x t
let inline ( /-/ ) xs ys = List.fold (flip delete) xs ys
```

This will operate as Haskell's `\\`

, so that `(xs @ ys) /-/ xs = ys`

. For example: `(7 :: [1 .. 5] @ [5 .. 11]) /-/ [4 .. 7]`

evaluates into `[1; 2; 3; 5; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11]`

.

Nope... Just write it and make it an infix operator --using the set of special characters. Backslash (`\`

) is not in the list below, so it will not work as an infix operator. See the manual:

infix-op :=

`or || & && <OP >OP $OP = |OP &OP ^OP :: -OP +OP *OP /OP %OP **OP`

prefix-op :=

`!OP ?OP ~OP -OP +OP % %% & &&`