Functions, functions, functions. They’re everywhere! Organizing a program full of them can feel overwhelming, especially when you’re just starting out with functional programming.

Let’s look at one of the very first practices you’ll want to take advantage of: currying. Currying is the act of using smaller, single arity functions in a chain rather than a larger function with multiple/complex arguments.

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