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Ezekiel Lawson
Aug 26, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Understanding JavaScript currying

Ezekiel Lawson I'm a software developer with experience in web technologies like Javascript, Vue.js, HTML, and CSS. I love teaching and sharing my technical ideas through articles.

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4 Replies to "Understanding JavaScript currying"

  1. Not a fan of currying, since I want to make future developers life easier to maintain code.
    Simple is always better than complex.

    1. Explanation is literally good. Easy to understand for everyone.
      And in the Third example,there will be function instead of const because we haven’t initialize const here so.

  2. Good explanation of currying. Just a note on
    const sendRequest(greet){
    return function(name){

    It looks like needs function instead of const in the line to get it to work.

  3. Please indent your examples. Chrome or vscode can do it for you.
    It makes it much easier to follow and read.

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