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Published on December 3, 2017 by ProgrammingKnowledge

Higher-order functions in Scala are those functions that take other functions as parameters, or whose result is a function (i.e are able to return functions) or do both. e.g. map & filter in Scala.

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Niranjan Raju
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Niranjan Raju
3 months 10 days ago

Nice explanation. <Eeks> could have avoided the `;`. It is one of the many reasons why I fell in love with the language

Ahmed Maazouzi
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Ahmed Maazouzi
4 months 8 days ago

Never used scala before but that sounds like a beautiful syntax.

Brad Norwood
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5 months 20 days ago

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5 months 20 days ago

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