The Julia Programming Language
I love the idea of using underscore to represent partial currying.
Somewhat related, here's a similar PR for native support of this feature in Julia: https://github.com/JuliaLang/julia/pull/24990.
In my opinion, I'd love to see this baked in as part of the language. Getting buy in from my team to use this in production is just not going to happen. But cool package though!
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Simple chaining of operations (a.k.a. pipe operator) in python
This is great. I will use it with my python chaining approach: https://github.com/tpapastylianou/chain-ops-python
My only grief is that decorator, which forces you to wrap existing functions anyway (same way I had to define lambdas in my example anyway).
Do you have any insight on that?
Simple, elegant, Pythonic functional programming.
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