Uncurry function

OSCC · JavaScript, Function · Oct 22, 2020

Uncurries a function up to depth n.

  • Return a variadic function.
  • Use Array.prototype.reduce() on the provided arguments to call each subsequent curry level of the function.
  • If the length of the provided arguments is less than n throw an error.
  • Otherwise, call fn with the proper amount of arguments, using Array.prototype.slice().
  • Omit the second argument, n, to uncurry up to depth 1.
const uncurry = (fn, n = 1) => (...args) => {
  const next = acc => args => args.reduce((x, y) => x(y), acc);
  if (n > args.length) throw new RangeError('Arguments too few!');
  return next(fn)(args.slice(0, n));
};
const add = x => y => z => x + y + z;
const uncurriedAdd = uncurry(add, 3);
uncurriedAdd(1, 2, 3); // 6

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