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Many functional programmers feel that short names make code easier to read, since it makes the structure of the code easier to see at a glance. 5 Polymorphic functions: abstracting over types So far we’ve defined only monomorphic functions, or functions that operate on only one type of data. For example, abs and factorial are specific to arguments of type Int, and the higher-order function formatResult is also fixed to operate on functions that take arguments of type Int. Often, and especially when writing HOFs, we want to write code that works for any type it’s given.

The first two Fibonacci numbers are 0 and 1. The nth number is always the sum of the previous two—the sequence begins 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5. Your definition should use a local tail-recursive function. 2 Writing our first higher-order function Now that we have factorial, let’s edit our program from before to include it. 2 A simple program including the factorial function object MyModule { ... format(x, abs(x)) } Definitions of abs and factorial go here. com> 22 CHAPTER 2 Getting started with functional programming in Scala The two functions, formatAbs and formatFactorial, are almost identical.

The nth number is always the sum of the previous two—the sequence begins 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5. Your definition should use a local tail-recursive function. 2 Writing our first higher-order function Now that we have factorial, let’s edit our program from before to include it. 2 A simple program including the factorial function object MyModule { ... format(x, abs(x)) } Definitions of abs and factorial go here. com> 22 CHAPTER 2 Getting started with functional programming in Scala The two functions, formatAbs and formatFactorial, are almost identical.

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