Friday, July 11, 2014

Lambda Expressions

Lambda expressions are simply functions/methods.

They have a different syntax, primarily so that they can be written in expression context (more on this shortly) instead of as a member of a class.  However, that is all they are.  For instance, the following lambda expression:
c => c + 1
is a function that takes one argument, c, and returns the value c + 1.

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