Pointfree style toolkit for Python
pointfree is a small module that makes certain functional programming constructs more convenient to use in Python.
Specifically, it provides:
- A decorator to enable automatic partial application of functions and methods.
- Notations for function composition through operator overloading.
- Helper functions to make composing generators more elegant.
The objective is to support the pointfree programming style in a lightweight and easy to use manner – and in particular, to serve as a nice syntax for the kind of generator pipelines described in David Beazley’s PyCon 2008 presentation, “Generator Tricks for Systems Programmers”.
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