[Haskell-cafe] Theory about uncurried functions
bugfact at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 04:43:14 EST 2009
Lambda calculus is a nice theory in which every function always has
one input and one output. Functions with multiple arguments can be
simulated because functions are first class and hence a function can
"return" a function. Multiple outputs cannot be done, one must embed
these outputs in some data type, e.g. using a tuple, or one must use
continuation passing style.
Now, does a similar theory exist of functions that always have one
input and one output, but these inputs and outputs are *always*
tuples? Or maybe this does not make any sense?
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