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Classical higher-order functions: Overview

There exists a few higher-order functions via which a wide variety of problems can be solved by simple combinations

- Overview:
**Mapping**: Application of a function on all elements in a list**Filtering**: Collection of elements from a list which satisfy a particular condition**Accumulation**: Pair wise combination of the elements of a list to a value of another type**Zipping**: Combination of two lists to a single list

The functions mentioned above represent abstractions of *algorithmic patterns* in the
functional paradigm