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Functional Programming in Scheme
Higher-order Functions
Currying in Scheme

It is possible to generate curried functions in Scheme.

But the parenthesis notation of Lisp does not fit very well with the idea of currying

(define (curry2 f)
      (f x y))))

(define (curry3 f)
       (f x y z)))))

(define (uncurry2 f)
  (lambda (x y)
    ((f x) y)))

(define (uncurry3 f)
  (lambda (x y z)
    (((f x) y) z)))

Generation of curried and uncurried functions in Scheme.

Go to exercisePlaying with curried functions in Scheme