Functional programming is a paradigm which attempts to solve computational problems by the chained evaluation of functions whose output is determined by their inputs rather than the program state. In this style of programming, side effects and mutable data are deprecated.

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`new Function` for json reference

I have JSON with references to other parts in that JSON file. ...
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childrenCount function in old and functional styles

I'm trying to transition myself from my old coding-style (if-else, for.. in) to functional programming. I've tried to update the ...
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Count the number of vowels and consonants

So I needed to write a function that takes a string and returns a javascript object with vowels and consonants properties that maps to the number of vowels and consonants in the string ...
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JavaScript-function for to convert a dash-separated string into camel case

I have to write a function which turns a string with the words separated by dashes ( - ) into a sentence using camel case notation. I've had the following idea for an implemenation using the ...
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Concat strings from Object or Array

How would you merge these two functions into a single more generic function? ...
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Loading URLs via a case statement

I have the following code which loads in a URL based on the id of a user-clicked button. I'm looking to compress it down as much as possible, and make it more modular and reusable: ...
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Tool for composing functors

What do you think of this code? ...
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Python common file operations generalization

Functions with common and simple file operations have started to repeat in my code. Many like this one, but with subtle differences for example: ...
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Extendable JavaScript module that converts between camelCase, PascalCase, and underscore_case

The basic idea is that by defining the basic functions--recognize, dissect, and ...
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Stock performance app

I'm building an app that tells you a stock's percentage change in price between two dates by using Yahoo's API. Given a stock ticker and two dates, it currently outputs the percentage return to the ...
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Determine whether input-output pairs represent something that could be a proper math function

The input is read in line by line from stdin. Input Format The first line contains an integer, T, denoting the number of test cases. The subsequent lines describe T test cases, and ...
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Read group of keywords from file, modify value, store new group to variable

I would like to use the following routine in my submission script for GAMESS calculations. I am not entirely sure if this is the optimum way to go. This function would need one of the messaging ...
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Checking if input file exists, assign output file destination, prevent overwriting any files

I would like to use the following routines in my submission script for GAMESS calculations. Before I do, I would like to get some input if I can improve it somehow. The three messaging routines ...
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Gulp task to increment a major, minor, or patch level of the version number of the last build

Working codepen: http://codepen.io/leongaban/pen/oxwLzE?editors=1010 The function below takes in user entered text through the cli: V=patch gulp build It then ...
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Merging trees in scalaz

I just built a function to merge a set of List[A]s into a single scalaz.Tree[A]. Specifically, if I have the following three ...
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JavaScript function for logging the members of an object (with horizontal alignment)

When iterating over the members of an object for logging the keys / values one gets a "stair case" effect. Therefore I wrote myself this function which takes care for a left-alignment of the values. ...
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Clojure reverse multiple times

I have a piece of Clojure code that reverses a string recursively. It is working but too slow (because I got the problem from Codewars and I cannot validate it ...
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PE # 34 - “Digit Factorials” with no loops

I posted a similar question “Curious Numbers” (HackerRank PE 34) recently (but in a different language/platform altogether). I'm starting to learn JavaScript and decided to take the challenge again ...
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Find zeroes in a matrix

I am looking for the elements that are zeroes in a square matrix (of size n), as a list of pair. I don't really like the following code, some condition seems ...
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“Curious Numbers” (HackerRank PE 34)

I was inspired by a certain recent question to try my hand at this challenge: Project Euler #34: Digit factorials \$19!\$ is a curious number, as \$1!+9!=1+362880=362881\$ is divisible by ...
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Document term matrix in Clojure

This is my very first foray into Clojure (I'm normally a Python-pushing data-type). I'm trying to create a simple term-document matrix as a vector of vectors, out of a vector of strings. For those ...
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A curry function

I am new to the functional style, and I wrote a curry function to practice this new style. This curry function takes a regular function and returns the curried version of it. Currying is a technique, ...
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Longest palindromes

I've been tasked to solve this exercise lately, and this is what I wrote: ...
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C++ idiom for selecting integers from a vector according to predetermined properties

I want a function Select that takes a vector<int> and a condition (such as being even, being divisible by three, being ...
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All possible ways of merging two lists while keeping their order

I am writing a function gives all possible ways of merging two ordered lists such that in the merged list, the elements are still ordered according to the elements in their respective starting list. ...
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Recursive function application

I use a lot T4 templates and want to avoid extra code writing when it could be generated. Currently I have following class: ...
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Reformatting a structured string like “a-b-c|A-B-C” into “a-A|b-B|c-C”

The code below was inspired by this post in Code Review. Here is how it was first intended by its author: I have the following code that converts a string that looks like : ...
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Extracting data for a tag cloud using Lazy.js

I've just started using Lazy.js, which is my first exposure to a "functional style" javascript library. I'm still utterly lost as to which of the hundred different functional javascript libraries to ...
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Compiler for a minimal LISP dialect to run on the Java Virtual Machine

As the title states, this is a compiler written in C with a ruby build script that translates a minimal LISP dialect and spits out an executable jar file. I designed this LISP dialect and named it ...
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Quick-sort a linked list?

I have a little project where i am implementing an immutable linked-list (not only...) based on a pair-structure like the LISP cons-cell. The linked list works well and is basically wrapping two ...
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Refactored version of Okasaki's skew-binomial heaps in Standard ML

In his book, Purely Functional Data Structures, Chris Okasaki provides an implementation of skew-binomial heaps (p. 137). Unfortunately, the book isn't (legally) freely available anywhere, but his ...
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Functional Scrabble Word Score

Homework: Write a function to score a scrabble word. values is a global dict formatted as values = {'a': 1, 'b': 3,...} The ...
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Object-oriented web scraping with Python

I usually write function-only Python programs, but have decided on an OOP approach (my first thereof) for my current program, a web-scraper. Here is the working code I wrote which I am looking to have ...
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ES6 block-scope variable usage

I am experimenting with ES6 using BabelJS in a codepen project you can find here. I am confused as to why my code breaks when I decide to use let instead of ...
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Functional translation of dice simulation

I have tried my hands at "functionalising" a toy problem I had: find the expected number of throws of a six sided die until all sides have been seen (the answer is 14.7) My starting point is my ...
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Option<T> functional type implementation and scenarios

Have you ever being implementing Option<T> functional type? It is discussed here. Basically, it is about using ...
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Functional Javascript Practice with AJAX

I am currently doing projects in freecodecamp.com to brush up on my javascript skills and just finished a weather report widget. It does the following: Gets api ...
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PBKDF2 and HMAC implementation in Scala

First of all: I know that rolling your own cryptographic functions is bad. The SHA256 implementation i use is from Bouncycastle, but i think both HMAC and PBKDF2 are not vulnerable to timing attacks ...
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Implementing an inner product using pyspark

I'm trying to implement a dot product using pyspark in order to learn pyspark's syntax. I've currently implemented the dot product like so: ...
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Grouping an array by postId and userId

I've got this kind of data: [ { userId: 1, postId: 1, ... }, { userId: 1, postId: 2, ... }, { userId: 2, postId: 3, ... }, ... ] And I need to group them ...
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High order functions on Array.prototype

In order to better understand functional programming in Javascript, I thought I'd try to recreate (as well as extend) some of the higher order functions on the Array object. These methods don't intend ...
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In-lining InvocationExpressions

This is regards to one of my answers: Linq Expression Calling Combines. The question wasn't very well received, but it proved to be an interesting task that I enjoyed working on. I ended up with the ...
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Adding polynomials represented as maps

I'm using maps to represent a polynomial. The key is the exponent and the value is the coefficient : Map(exp -> coef) e.g. ...
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Project Euler problem 11, finding adjacent numbers with the greatest sum

The full description of the problem to solve can be found here. The code I have written works fine but seems extremely verbose for what it's doing, I'm not sure if list comprehensions are meant to be ...
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FizzBuzz functional implementation

I was playing around with ES6 arrow functions, currying and partial application and I decided to try a functional implementation of the FizzBuzz problem: ...
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Write an anonymous function validating email address

Problem statement Write an anonymous function which take email address as parameter and returns true/false after validating the input parameter. Objective This assignment will help ...
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Binary to ascii mapping in JavaScript

This morning I've seen this on Twitter: http://mynewtechworld.tumblr.com/post/135545896048 I case that somebody can't see the image: I 01101100 01101111 01110110 01100101 you. Just ...
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Finding the max sequence finder

Problem Statement Find the max sequence finder. findMaxSequence([3, 2, 3, 4, 2, 2, 4]); ...
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OOP, FP and IMP condensed in Rock, Paper and Scissors

Rock Paper and Scissors is a pretty basic program. The reason I wrote this program is because I wanted to see what a small script that used all of the main programming paradigms looked like. My code ...
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Project Euler 6: Difference between sum of squares and square of sum

I've created a (very) simple solution for Project Euler problem 6: Project Euler Problem 6: Sum square difference The sum of the squares of the first ten natural numbers is, $$ 1^2 + 2^2 ...