functional programming

Aahz Maruch aahz at
Wed Feb 23 12:03:49 EST 2000

In article <jBSs4.32315$3b6.155861 at>,
Jason Stokes <jstok at> wrote:
>Functional programming, at a bare minimum, means this: the ability to use
>functions as first class objects, to pass functions as arguments to other
>functions and to return functions as results of a function call.

Then Python is definitely a functional language, as is C.  Is that what
you meant?
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