Posts Tagged ‘ closure ’

Functional Programming

July 18, 2011

This entry is part 14 of 18 in the series Programming LanguagesBecause of the success of my article on java closure, I have decided to write another article on functional programming. In the last year functional programming is waving back to us, for a lot of reason. Let’s summarize the facts: Functional programming is...

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January 24, 2011

How many times have you read or written the same two or three lines of code that frequently seem to go together, and even though they operate on different objects, feel like the same thing? And how often these repetitions involve some sort of collections iteration or more generically manipulation? These repetitions in the...

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Closure in C#

January 7, 2011

This entry is part 10 of 18 in the series Programming LanguagesAfter the success of Closure in Java we like to show you a good example in C# too. C# has a very strong support for Lambda functions, because it needs to support the LINQ language constructs. So defining a closure is quite easy....

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Closure in Java: fast and nice!

February 26, 2010

This entry is part 6 of 18 in the series Programming LanguagesWorking for two very important Banks, I have the need to play with Closure in Java. I have a lot of trouble looking at a good description of the subject, until I read a post on StackOverflow. I have decided to re-cook this...

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