Permalink
Browse files

screw ruby

  • Loading branch information...
1 parent 8250de1 commit 98be7fe10b50dd60fdad2fe1c39ea4a850de1356 @raganwald raganwald committed Jan 5, 2013
Showing with 0 additions and 2 deletions.
  1. +0 −2 2013/01/practical-applications-of-partial-application.md
@@ -8,8 +8,6 @@ What is *partial application*? And most importantly, why do we care about it?
First, a quick recap (You can skip this if you're familiar with functions in JavaScript). Just about everything here applies to CoffeeScript as well, except for some folderol about handling multiple arguments. And everything except `this` applies to just about any programming language that supports functions as first class objects.
-> Ruby has seven different ways to instantiate three different constructs that look like functions (blocks, procs, and lambdas). It also has methods, unbound methods, and bound methods. All are objects, much like JavaScript. Topic for Debate: Does Ruby have first-class functions? If not, why not?
-
The functions we're going to discuss look like this:
```javascript

0 comments on commit 98be7fe

Please sign in to comment.