Function Application is not Currying
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Thu Jan 29 00:37:16 CET 2009
sln at netherlands.com wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Jan 2009 13:32:29 -0800 (PST), Xah Lee <xahlee at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Function Application is not Currying
>> Xah Lee, 2009-01-28
>> In Jon Harrop's book Ocaml for Scientist at
>> It says:
>> A curried function is a function which returns a function as its
> Curry, is that like chicken soup or some Indian mash?
"Currying" is named after someone called Curry. The 'correct' term is
"partial parameterisation", which explains why it's often called
"Currying" instead! :-)
> Why ? How about returning an index number into an array of function pointers
> as handlers from packet data?
> Oh, thats network communications.
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