Curry

A simple implementation of curry() in Dart. This could probably be cleaner, so please send suggestions and pull requests.

Given a function that takes multiple arguments:

add(x, y, z) {
  return x + y + z;
}

The primary interface is Curry.make(). It will return a version of the function that takes one argument:

var curried = Curry.make(add, 1, 2);
curried(3); // => 6

If an insufficient number of arguments is supplied on the initial curry, calling the curried function will return another function of one argument:

var curried_1 = Curry.make(add, 1);
var curried_1_10 = curried_1(10);
curried_1_10(10); // => 21

This library originated from a series of blog posts exploring the functional nature of Dart:

##License

This software is licensed under the MIT License.

Copyright Chris Strom, 2013.

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