Catch the fire starter: Bald bandits

You ask the northerners if they have any more information about the fire starters. Luckily, you have a witness! The farmer living next to the field saw two people run away just after the fire started. He only saw the tops of their heads, and noticed that they were both bald.

This is a very helpful clue. Remember that you wrote a QL query to select all bald people:

from Person p
where not exists (string c | p.getHairColor() = c)
select p

To avoid having to type not exists (string c | p.getHairColor() = c) every time you want to select a bald person, you can instead define another new predicate bald.

predicate bald(Person p) {
    not exists (string c | p.getHairColor() = c)
}

The property bald(p) holds whenever p is bald, so you can replace the previous query with:

from Person p
where bald(p)
select p

The predicate bald is defined to take a Person, so it can also take a Southerner, as Southerner is a subtype of Person. It can’t take an int for example - that would cause an error.

You can now write a query to select the bald southerners who are allowed into the north.

See the answer in the query console

You have found the two fire starters! They are arrested and the villagers are once again impressed with your work.

What next?