Functional design patterns


Martin McBride, 2019-09-28
Tags closure design pattern
Categories functional programming

This article is part of a series on functional programming.

There are several design patterns that are often used with functional programming, although they are not all exclusive to the FP paradigm.

  • Closures are a flexible way to create new functions from existing functions. They can be used to implement partial functions, composition and currying, among other uses.

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If you found this article useful you might be interested in my ebook Functional Programming in Python.


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