March 04, 2007
Hi, party people, because of my Haskell experience, I like the currying example of the online manual. I altered it a bit. How do you like this :

R delegate(X) Curry1(R,X,U...)(R delegate(U) dg,X arg)
{
	struct Foo
	{
		typeof(dg) dg_m;
		X arg_m;

		R bar(U[1..$] args)
		{
			return dg_m(arg_m,args);
		}
	}

	Foo* f = new Foo;
	f.dg_m = dg;
	f.arg_m = arg;

	return &f.bar;
}


void main(char[][] args){
	int plus(int a,int b){
		return a + b;
	}

	auto b = Curry1(&plus,1);
	writefln("%d",b(2));
}

Best Regards
Thorsten

March 04, 2007
Sorry, I have to correct it :

R delegate(U) Curry1(R,X,U...)(R delegate(X,U) dg,X arg)
{
	struct Foo
	{
		typeof(dg) dg_m;
		X arg_m;

		R bar(U args)
		{
			return dg_m(arg_m,args);
		}
	}

	Foo* f = new Foo;
	f.dg_m = dg;
	f.arg_m = arg;

	return &f.bar;
}

March 04, 2007
Sorry, I have to correct it :

R delegate(U) Curry1(R,X,U...)(R delegate(X,U) dg,X arg)
{
	struct Foo
	{
		typeof(dg) dg_m;
		X arg_m;

		R bar(U args)
		{
			return dg_m(arg_m,args);
		}
	}

	Foo* f = new Foo;
	f.dg_m = dg;
	f.arg_m = arg;

	return &f.bar;
}

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