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Pure functions have the property that applying
them has [...]. Moreover, a pure function must
always return the same value when called twice with the same arguments.

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no effects beyond returning a value

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#python #scip

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Pure functions have the property that applying
them has [...]. Moreover, a pure function must
always return the same value when called twice with the same arguments.

Answer

?

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#python #scip

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Pure functions have the property that applying
them has [...]. Moreover, a pure function must
always return the same value when called twice with the same arguments.

Answer

no effects beyond returning a value

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Pure functions have the property that applying them has no effects beyond returning a value. Moreover, a pure function must always return the same value when called twice with the same arguments.

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**1.2 Elements of Programming**

some input (their arguments) and return some output (the result of applying them). The built-in function >>> abs(-2) 2 can be depicted as a small machine that takes input and produces output. The function abs is pure. <span>Pure functions have the property that applying them has no effects beyond returning a value. Moreover, a pure function must always return the same value when called twice with the same arguments. Non-pure functions. In addition to returning a value, applying a non-pure function can generate side effects, which make some change to the state of the interpreter or computer. A co

Pure functions have the property that applying them has no effects beyond returning a value. Moreover, a pure function must always return the same value when called twice with the same arguments.

some input (their arguments) and return some output (the result of applying them). The built-in function >>> abs(-2) 2 can be depicted as a small machine that takes input and produces output. The function abs is pure. <span>Pure functions have the property that applying them has no effects beyond returning a value. Moreover, a pure function must always return the same value when called twice with the same arguments. Non-pure functions. In addition to returning a value, applying a non-pure function can generate side effects, which make some change to the state of the interpreter or computer. A co

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