Tacit programming

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Tacit programming (or point-free programming) is the style of programming functions where the parameter is not mentioned. Instead, the functions are defined using combinators and higher-level abstractions like map (which applies a function to each element of a list).[1] It is commonly used in functional programming languages like Haskell.

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  1. "Tacit programming". Wiki.tcl.tk. Retrieved 2011-11-12.