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Data.List is a Haskell module, or a collection of related functions, types, and typeclasses. This module contains many useful functions for dealing with lists. To import the module, simply include the following at the top of your file (before you use any of the functions from the module):

import Data.List

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for (let i =0; i<m; i++){
for (let j =0; j<n; j++){
if (matrix[i][j]%2 != 0) count++
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