Sub::Curry - Create curried subroutines River stage zero No dependents

"Sub::Curry" is a module that provides the currying technique known from functional languages. This module, unlike many other modules that borrow techniques from functional languages, doesn't try to make Perl functional. Instead it tries to make curr...

LODIN/Sub-Curry-0.8 - 28 Feb 2005 15:28:36 GMT

Perinci::Sub::Property::curry - Set arguments for function River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 2 total dependents

This property sets arguments for function....

PERLANCAR/Perinci-Sub-Property-curry-0.07 - 12 May 2016 08:06:38 GMT

Sub::Lib - Stuff sub-routines into a run-time namespace. Because. Reasons. River stage zero No dependents

Sub::Lib allows you to store sub-routines into a common library which can then passed around as a variable. It's a run-time namespace....

PRAVUS/Sub-Lib-0.03 - 04 Apr 2017 14:07:07 GMT

Sub::Curried - automatically curried subroutines River stage zero No dependents

Currying and Partial Application come from the heady world of functional programming, but are actually useful techniques. Partial Application is used to progressively specialise a subroutine, by pre-binding some of the arguments. Partial application ...

OSFAMERON/Sub-Curried-0.13 - 26 May 2014 02:18:24 GMT

Sub::DeferredPartial - Deferred evaluation / partial application. River stage zero No dependents

An instance of this class behaves like a sub (or, more precisely: subroutine reference), but it supports partial application and the evaluation of operators applied to such function objects is deferred too. That means, evaluation has to be forced exp...

SGOELDNER/Sub-DeferredPartial-0.01 - 19 Jul 2004 12:11:35 GMT

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