Is There Curry In This Dish?
Now that Java is dipping its toes into the waters of supporting functional programming styles, many of the tenets of functional programming come to mind, and it’s worth exploring what is possible in this brave new world. Two of those features are currying and partial application. So the question is, can Java be functional? Currying and Partial Application - A Refresher Currying (named after Haskell Curry) is the process of generating function invocations with multiple parameters via single-parameter functions that return follow-up functions. [Read More]