## Scheme: How to check if all elements of a list are identical

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I'd like to create a Scheme function that yields true if it is passed a list that is composed entirely of identical elements. Such a list would be '(1 1 1 1). It would yield false with something like '(1 2 1 1).

This is what I have so far:

(define (list-equal? lst) (define tmp (car lst)) (for-each (lambda (x) (equal? x tmp)) lst) )

Clearly this is incorrect, and I'm new to this. I guess I'm unable to express the step where I'm supposed to return `#t`

or `#f`

.

Thanks in advance!

EDIT: I fiddled a bit and found a solution that seems to work very well, and with a minimal amount of code:

(define (list-equal? lst) (andmap (lambda (x) (equal? x (car lst))) lst))

Thanks again for the help everyone.

Minimal amount of code, if you don't care that it only works for numbers:

(define (list-equel? lst) (apply = lst))

Examples:

> (list-equel? '(1 1 2 1)) #f > (list-equel? '(1 1 1 1)) #t > (list-equel? '(1)) #t

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The `andmap`

solution is nice, but if `andmap`

is not available, you can use this. It uses basic operations (and, or, null check, equality check) and handles empty lists and one element lists. Similar to Sean's implementation, but no helper definition is necessary.

(define (list-equal? args) (or (or (null? args) (null? (cdr args))) (and (eq? (car args) (cadr args)) (list-equal? (cdr args)))))

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Try something like this:

(define (list-equal? lst) (define (helper el lst) (or (null? lst) (and (eq? el (car lst)) (helper (car lst) (cdr lst))))) (or (null? lst) (helper (car lst) (cdr lst))))

This might not be the cleanest implementation, but I think it will correctly handle the cases of empty lists and one-element lists.

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In R6RS there's the `for-all`

function, which takes a predicate and a list, and returns `#t`

if the predicate returns true for all elements in the list and `#f`

otherwise, which is exactly what you need here.

So if you're using R6RS (or any other scheme dialect that has the `for-all`

function), you can just replace `for-each`

with `for-all`

in your code and it will work.

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(define (list-equal? lst) (if (= (cdr lst) null) true (and (equal? (car lst) (cadr lst)) (list-equal? (cdr lst)))))

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**MIT Scheme Reference,** Idiom #12 Check if list contains a value list is an iterable finite container. Scheme. (define (contains list x) (if (null? list) #f) (if (equal? (car list) x) #t) (else

##### Comments

- Definitely the best solution, and I can't believe I didn't think of it. Good call.
- Though you don't even need the length condition.
`(equal?)`

with no arguments =>`#t`

. - Fun. When I tested the idea, I subconsciously corrected it to
`equal?`

. I think I'll fix that for @aaz. - @JasonFruit: In standard Scheme,
`equal?`

is not variadic the way`=`

is. :-) (I tested with Racket, for example: "equal?: expects 2 arguments, given 3: 1 2 3") You're going to have to use folding, sorry. :-P - @Chris Jester-Young --- Ah. I was misled by guile --- Guile 1.8, that is. I'll revert with a comment.
`(or 1 2 3)`

is also legal.- This one works well. Thanks a lot, I think I have the hang of this.
- It's too bad that for-all is not available for me. But it's good to know I was on the right track.
- This would work, with the added step that you still must check that
`lst`

is not empty. - @Sean: Yes, good point. That or get rid of the
`tmp`

variable and just call`(car lst)`

every time in the predicate (which would never get called for the empty list, avoiding the problem). - This doesn't seem to work either, I think it gets to the end and complains that it can't use cadr on a lone element. I am using racket/Pretty Big if this makes a difference.