Have you ever heard of point-free coding? What is it? When should you use it?
In this article, I will discuss point-free styling, including:
Point-free styling (also known as Tacit programming), is a programming paradigm in which the function definitions do not identify or take the arguments (also known as “points”) on which they operate. …
Ever heard about “currying” in the programming language paradigm? Nope, it’s not an Indian recipe, but it can certainly make your code tastier.
Whether you’ve encountered closures and currying before or you’re new to this, in this guide you’ll learn about:
I will give you the theory as well as valid use-cases, examples, and a solid mathematical background.
A closure may…
I am rubber, you are glue