The Partial Function Application RFC is currently in voting, and right now it's a close vote to the negative. I wanted to take this opportunity to try and make the broader case for partial application and for its related RFC, the pipe operator, in a way that is more appropriate for a blog post than the RFC body (which is, by design, more concerned with the finer details of "what").
The main pushback on the RFC so far is that the benefits don't outweigh the cost of yet-more-syntax in the language. Which is a fair position to hold, albeit one I hope to convince you is incorrect. That is, I believe the benefits vastly outweigh the syntax and implementation cost.
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