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Underscore.js _.curry3() Method

  • Last Updated : 18 Sep, 2020

The Underscore.js _.curry3() method returns a curried version of the given function but will curry exactly three arguments, no more or less.

Syntax:

_.curry3( fun )

Parameters: This method takes a single parameter as listed above and discussed below:

  • fun: This is the given function passed as parameter.

Return Value: It returns a curried version of the function.

Note: To execute the below examples, you have to install the underscore-contrib library by using this command prompt and execute the following command.



npm install underscore-contrib

Example 1: 




// Defining underscore contrib variable
var _ = require('underscore-contrib'); 
  
// Function
function fun(a, b, c) {
    return a*b*c;
}
  
// Making curried function
var gfgFunc = _.curry3(fun);
  
// Only operates for exactly two arguments
console.log("Multiplication is :"
    gfgFunc(20)(23)(2));

Output:

Multiplication is : 920

Example 2:




// Defining underscore contrib variable
var _ = require('underscore-contrib'); 
  
// Function
function fun(a, b, c) {
    return a-b-c;
}
  
// Making curried function
var gfgFunc = _.curry3(fun);
  
// Only operates for exactly two arguments
console.log("Subtraction is :"
    gfgFunc(25)(23)(1));

Output: 

Subtraction is : 1

Example 3:




// Defining underscore contrib variable
var _ = require('underscore-contrib'); 
  
// Function
function fun(x, y, z) {
    return arguments;
}
  
// Making curried function
var gfgFunc = _.curry3(fun);
  
// Only operates for exactly three arguments
console.log("Curried Arguments are :"
    gfgFunc("a")("b")("c"));

Output: 

Curried Arguments are : [Arguments] { '0': 'a', '1': 'b', '2': 'c' }

Example 4:




// Defining underscore contrib variable
var _ = require('underscore-contrib'); 
  
// Function
function fun(x, y, z) {
    return arguments;
}
  
// Making curried function
var gfgFunc = _.curry3(fun);
  
// Only operates for exactly three arguments
// For two args, it returns function
console.log(gfgFunc("a")("b"));

Output: 

[Function: mustBeUnary]



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