# Pramda

Pramda helps you implement functional programming in Python

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### Install

`\$ pip install pramda`

### How to use

```add(1, 2) # 3

```adjust(0, add(2), [1]) # 3

all

```is_one = lambda x: x == 1

all(is_one, [1, 1, 1, 1])   # True
all(is_one, [1, 1, 1, 2])   # False
all(is_one)([2, 1, 1, 1])   # False
all(is_one)([2, 2, 2, 2])   # False
all(is_one)([1, 1, 1, 1])   # True```

any

```any(is_one, [1, 1, 1, 1])   # True
any(is_one, [1, 1, 1, 2])   # True
any(is_one)([2, 1, 1, 1])   # True
any(is_one)([2, 2, 2, 2])   # False
any(is_one)([1.1, 1, 1, 1]) # True```

curry

```@curry
def example(a, b):
return f'{a} equals {b}'

example('1', 'one') # 1 equals one
example('2')('two') # 2 equals two```

gt

```gt(1, 2)   # False
gt(2, 2)   # False
gt(2.1, 2) # True
gt(3, 2)   # True```

gte

```gte(1, 2)   # False
gte(2, 2)   # True
gte(2.1, 2) # True
gte(3, 2)   # True```

lt

```lt(1, 2)   # True
lt(2, 2)   # False
lt(2.1, 2) # False
lt(3, 2)   # False```

lte

```lte(1, 2)   # True
lte(2, 2)   # True
lte(2.1, 2) # False
lte(3, 2)   # False```

map

```multiplication = lambda x: x * 2
map(multiplication, [4, 2, 3]) # [8, 4, 6]
map(multiplication)([4, 2, 3]) # [8, 4, 6]```

pipe

```inc = lambda x: x + 1

pipe(inc, inc, inc, inc, inc)(1) # 6```

reduce

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