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Mostly Adequate Guide To Functional Programming
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  • Title: Mostly Adequate Guide To Functional Programming
  • Author(s) Professor Frisby
  • Publisher: Internet Archive; eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
  • License(s): Creative Commons License (CC)
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  • Language: English
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This is a book on the functional paradigm in general. We'll use the world's most popular functional programming language: JavaScript. Some may feel this is a poor choice as it's against the grain of the current culture which, at the moment, feels predominately imperative.

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