Problem: given a list of numbers, multiply each one by a constant and print the result.
var numbers = [3, 1, 7]; var constant = 2; // expected output [6, 2, 14]
To install and run
Then execute individual files using
node src/<filename> command. The following
implementations are available
- procedural with individual functions
- object-oriented using plain prototype object
- object-oriented using Array methods
- object-oriented using ES6 class
- functional recursive
- functional compose
- functional using lodash
- functional using Ramda
- functional using LispyScript, see reference
- lazy async sequence
- promises in parallel
- promises in sequence
- events with decoupled code
- each step creates new emitter
- dependency injection
- immutable data using seamless-immutable
- immutable data using immutable.js
- immutable using Redux pattern
- async await
- Maybe monad
Author: Gleb Bahmutov © 2015
License: MIT - do anything with the code, but don’t blame me if it does not work.
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