Functional programming in Python
Tue, 29 May 2001 11:00:41 +0200
> BTW, before I knew Haskell I exprimented with a syntax in which 'x f'
> is the application of 'f' to 'x', and 'x f g' means '(x f) g'. Other
> arguments can also be on the right, but in this case with parentheses,
> e.g. 'x f (y)' is a function f applied to two arguments.
Hmmm. An experimental syntax, you say...
Oh, say, you reinvented FORTH?
(No args in parentheses there, a function taking something at its right
simply *knows* that there is something there).