I actually wrote the book _ Functional Programming in Python_, yet I
haven't the foggiest idea how to parse that code. A decorator parameterized
buy two instances of the decorator function itself?!
I know I could read the implementation and figure out why that works. But I
don't want to encourage that code in real use.
On Sep 20, 2016 11:17 AM, "Stephan Houben" <stephan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I must admit I am a bit partial to partial, you can do fun things like
> >>> from functools import partial
> >>> @partial(partial, partial)
> ... def add(x, y):
> ... return x+y
> >>> add(3)(4)
> I suppose that isn't exactly going to convince Guide to put it in
> builtins, though.
> 2016-09-20 19:48 GMT+02:00 David Mertz <me...@gnosis.cx>:
>> I find myself "partializing" in ways partial() doesn't support more often
>> than not. E.g.
>> lambda first, third: myfunc(first, 42, third)
>> I think it's good to have partial() in functools, but it's two orders of
>> magnitude less common than things that should be in builtins.
>> On Sep 20, 2016 9:42 AM, "Ryan Gonzalez" <rym...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > lambda *args, **kw: myfunc(partial_arg, *args, **kw)
>> > which isn't more readable than just:
>> > partial(myfunc, partial_func)
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