I'm intrigued that Python has some functional constructions in the language.
namekuseijin.nospam at gmail.com
Sat May 9 21:28:05 EDT 2009
Steven D'Aprano wrote:
> On Sat, 09 May 2009 14:57:24 -0300, namekuseijin wrote:
>> I'm saying syntax is nothing special. They are user-defined, as
>> functions. And it all gets converted into functions. Functions matter,
>> syntax is irrelevant because you can do away with it.
> How do you call functions without syntax? By mental telepathy? By direct
> manipulation of the electromagnetic fields inside the CPU?
That's all the syntax notation you need in functional programming
languages: one to define functions, and another to call them. Any
extras are sugar around the basic definition and calling forms.
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