These actions produce a file named "typescript" containing a transcript of the Hugs session. Such files contain backspace characters, which make the print-out look ugly in spots. Before printing the typescript file, reissue the command "hugs", load the script "removeBS.hs" and issue the command "main" to Hugs. This command will write file named "typescript.cln" in which the backspaces have be interpreted properly. This file contains no unsightly backspaces. Print it instead of the raw transcript file.
Obtain a copy of the Haskell script "removeBS.hs" by following the procedure described in Step 2 of Individual Project 1 for downloading software from the Supplied Software page on the CS1323 Web site.
Explain (handwritten annotations on the transcript) what aspects of the function's behavior are illustrated by each of your choices of demonstration examples. The CS1323h Web site provides an example of such annotations.