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Introduction to Functional Programming

Discover functional programming with Mathematica. In this course from the Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011, you'll learn the core constructs, functions, and evaluation rules of a dynamic, functional language. See how to transition your thinking from procedural to functional programming.

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Angela Sims
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