Stefan Ram <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| Are there means in Lisp with the same effect, possibly
| something like the following?
| ( combine f g h x )
Do a Web search for the terms COMPOSE and/or CURRY. Note that if
any of the functions but the last one take more than one argument,
you will need to CURRY that function with N-1 arguments before
For non-associative functions, you sometimes need CURRY-RIGHT and
CURRY-LEFT variations, as well as pattern-matching versions which
result in a mixture of right- and left-currying.
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