Category: Higher-order functions
A Higher-order function is a function that accepts a function among its parameters. Simply put, it's any function takes one or more other functions as input.
Because patterns are themselves functions of time, strictly speaking all functions that work with patterns are higher-order. However to make this category useful we ignore this fact!
Pages in category "Higher-order functions"
The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total.