curry and compose -- functional language constructs
wolfson at uchicago.edu
Wed May 2 09:17:33 CEST 2001
In article <HoNH6.45055$HF.10107141 at news4.rdc1.on.home.com>, "Nick
Perkins" <nperkins7 at home.com> wrote:
> I think these are really cool, but i have never seen anyone use curry or
> compose. Why not? Shouldn't everyone use these all the time?
I used a compose() once:
lambda f: None,
lambda f: sys.stdout.write('removed %s\n' % f)
lambda f: f,
lambda f: (os.remove(f),f)
> Does anyone have any other neat Python solutions that provide
> 'functional-style' features?
There are several memoization modules floating around.
Barnabas T. Rumjuggler
"Et tu, Brute?" sedulous.
-- barry in indy, in apihna
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