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The hurdle's going to be more in getting your head around the functional way of thinking than any math knowledge. You don't need to be familiar with the lambda calculus, but you may have an uphill battle ahead of you if code using a couple chained map calls gives you fits.


In reply to Re^2: Higher Order Perl by Fletch
in thread Higher Order Perl by ambs

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