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[front end -- interview] common interview questions (VII) -- detailed explanation of JS function coritization

2021-08-27 08:21:07 Hundred years of solitude

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JS The function is coriolized

In computer science , currying ( English :Currying), Another translation is Karenization or Kalilization , It is to transform a function that accepts multiple parameters into a single parameter ( First parameter of the original function ) Function of , And return the technique of taking the remaining arguments and returning the result of the new function . This technology was developed by Christopher · Strech With logicians Haskell · Gary Named , Even though it is Moses Schönfinkel and Gottrob · Frege invented .

Look at the word , It's very tall , The explanation looks as if you don't understand , But just look at the example .

Frequently asked questions : Realization add(1)(2)(3)(4)=10;

In daily life, we often see that the way of seeking peace is actually like this :add(1,2,3) = 6;

function add(x, y, z) {
  return x + y + z;
console.log(add(1, 2, 3)); // 6
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There's another way to write it :

var add = function(x) {
  return function(y) {
    return function(z) {
      return x + y + z;

var addOne = add(1);
var addOneAndTwo = addOne(2);
var addOneAndTwoAndThree = addOneAndTwo(3);

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Here we define a add function , It takes a parameter and returns a new function . call add after , The function returned is remembered by closure add The first parameter of .

How to put it? , It seems that the function is realized , Just a little silly , Ha ha ha ha ~~

Of course we know ES6 You can change the code above :

const add = x => y => z => x + y + z;
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Then we use the concept of coritization to realize an automatic Coriolis function

First of all, when we first implemented , First define an array to store all the parameters const _args = [...arguments];;

Then declare a function inside , Using the properties of closures, save in _args And collect all parameter values .

Then use toString Characteristics of implicit conversion , When the implicit conversion is finally performed , Calculate the final value and return .

function add() {
  const _args = [...arguments];
  function fn() {
    return fn;
  fn.toString = function() {
    return _args.reduce((sum, cur) => sum + cur);
  return fn;
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In the interview , Because there is no actual project application , There is usually a topic similar to this , Let's take a test of our understanding of function coritization ;

Of course, we usually apply it to , Traditional function calls require all arguments to be determined in advance , If you get only part of the arguments in one place of the code , Get another part of the arguments in another place , At this time, corihua can use .

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