## Characteristics

A data model for flat companies is defined in terms of Haskell's algebraic data types. Other than that, the contribution is a simple variation on Contribution:haskellEngineer. The systematic use of algebraic data types implies nominal type distinctions in the sense of nominal typing. For instance, arbitrary floats cannot be confused with salaries which are floats only structurally. The different kinds of names for companies, departments, and employees are not distinguished, even though this would also be possible, in principle.

## Illustration

The data model looks like this:

```{-| A data model for the 101companies System -}

module Company.Data where

-- | A company consists of name and employee list
data Company = Company Name [Employee]

-- | An employee consists of name, address, and salary
data Employee = Employee Name Address Salary

-- | Names as strings
data Name = Name String

-- | Salaries as floats
data Salary = Salary Float
```

A sample company looks like this:

```{- | Sample data of the 101companies System -}

module Company.Sample where

import Company.Data

-- | A sample company useful for basic tests
sampleCompany :: Company
sampleCompany = Company
(Name "Acme Corporation")
[
Employee (Name "Craig") (Address "Redmond") (Salary 123456),
Employee (Name "Erik") (Address "Utrecht") (Salary 12345),
Employee (Name "Ralf") (Address "Koblenz") (Salary 1234),
Employee (Name "Ray") (Address "Redmond") (Salary 234567),
Employee (Name "Klaus") (Address "Boston") (Salary 23456),
Employee (Name "Karl") (Address "Riga") (Salary 2345),
Employee (Name "Joe") (Address "Wifi City") (Salary 2344)
]
```

Feature:Total is implemented as follows:

```{-| The operation of totaling all salaries of all employees in a company -}

module Company.Total where

import Company.Data

-- | Total all salaries in a company
total :: Company -> Float
total = sum . salaries

-- | Extract all salaries in a company
salaries :: Company -> [Float]
salaries (Company _ es) = getSalaries es
where

-- Extract all salaries of lists of employees
getSalaries :: [Employee] -> [Float]
getSalaries [] = []
getSalaries (e:es) = getSalary e : getSalaries es
where

-- Extract the salary from an employee
getSalary :: Employee -> Float
getSalary (Employee _ _ (Salary s)) = s
```

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