Currying is the process of transforming a function that takes /n/ arguments, into a series of /n/ functions that take one argument each. Languages such as Haskell use this as the default argument application mechanism, as it makes certain programming techniques, such as partial application, much easier.

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With familiarity, in-line arrow functions are the most readable way to express curried functions in JavaScript.