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I would have just said this in perlish instead of Haskelish. I think you'll communicate better to perl people if you stop using the verb currying and use the noun closure instead. Its just the perl localism and it is how they are typically talked about.

bold => sub { wrap_with_html( b => @_ ) }; # vs bold => curry \ &wrap_with_html => 'b';

In reply to Re: Specializing Functions with Currying by diotalevi
in thread Specializing Functions with Currying by FoxtrotUniform

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