Python supports an interesting syntax that lets you define one-line mini-functions on the fly. Borrowed from Lisp, these so-called lambda functions can be used anywhere a function is required.
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Haskell also has lambda functions. Very neat sometimes Oh, and C++ has got lambda function now too but they don't look much lambda calculus I'm afraid Still useful though.
Peterssidan on Thu Mar 01, 2012 10:57 pm