Functional programming in JavaScript: Currying and partial application

In the last article, we’ve talked about point-free style and argument adapters. Now it’s time to learn about partial application and currying. Both these things can be used to solve similar problems, though they do it a bit differently. Let’s see what exactly are the differences, which option to choose and when and how to implement them in functional programming

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