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By mswatcher
Published: May 14 2013 / 17:29

A curried function is a function which takes only one parameter and returns a function defined according to that parameter. This is a more powerful idea than is implied by that last sentence. And curried functions are everywhere. Take Haskell, for example. In Haskell, *every* function is curried. Not just ones you specify. Everything. So, in Haskell, if you have
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