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haskell - Converting the first element in a list of strings to an integer

the list is:

l = ["1","kg","g"]

I found this method but it didn't work:

    map (convert) l
    convert [x, "kg", "g"] = (read x :: Integer) *1000

I got the following error:

    parse error on input `='
    Perhaps you need a 'let' in a 'do' block?
    e.g. 'let x = 5' instead of 'x = 5'
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17 |     convert [x, "kg", "g"] = (read x :: Integer) *1000
   |                            ^                ^

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You can not convert values with a typehint. Haskell has a strong type system, which means that you can only use functions to turn a String in an Integer for example.

Since Integer is an instance of the Read typeclass, you can use read :: Read a => String -> a to parse a string to an Integer:

convert [x, "kg", "g"] = (read x :: Integer) *1000

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