Functional Programming style: How to write functions - explicit currying, implicit currying or lamdas?
So I have been using F# for a while and studying a bit of Haskell on the side and I have realized I could rewrite the exact same function one of three different ways. Either with implicit currying, ...
This question is similar to the question posted on Does groovy call partial application 'currying'?, but not completely the same, and the answers given there do not really satisfy me. I would ...
I've been toying around with Ruby lately and I found myself wondering if in pure object oriented languages (and even those that are not pure) making methods that take only one parameter and then get ...
I just learned about currying, and while I think I understand the concept, I'm not seeing any big advantage in using it. As a trivial example I use a function that adds two values (written in ML). ...
I've been reading articles on Functional programming everyday and been trying to apply some practices as much as possible. But I don't understand what is unique in currying or partial application. ...