Partially Applied Functions5:16 with andi mitre
In this video we’ll discuss partially applied functions and currying. Like many functional programming languages, Scala allows us to transform a function, which may take many arguments into a function that takes just one argument.
Partially applied functions -- In Scala when we invoke a function but do not pass all of the required arguments we end up with a partial function.
Currying -- Named after Haskell Curry, currying is a process in which we take a function that takes two or more arguments and turn it into a function which takes one argument.
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