# View Source Quark.Partial (Quark v2.3.3-doma)

Provide curried functions, that can also be partially bound without dot notation. Partially applying a function will always return a fully-curried function.

Please note that these will use all of the arities up to the defined function.

For instance:

```
defpartial foo(a, b, c), do: a + b + c
#=> foo/0, foo/1, foo/2, and foo/3
```

If you need to use an arity in the range below the original
function, fall back to `defcurry/2`

and partially apply manually.

# Link to this section Summary

## Functions

A convenience on `defcurry/2`

. Generates a series of partially-bound
applications of a fully-curried function, for all arities *at and below*
the user-specified arity.

`defpartial/2`

, but generates private functions.

# Link to this section Functions

A convenience on `defcurry/2`

. Generates a series of partially-bound
applications of a fully-curried function, for all arities *at and below*
the user-specified arity.

For instance:

```
defpartial add(a,b), do: a + b
#=> add/0, add/1, add/2.
```

##
examples

Examples

```
defmodule A do
defpartial minus(a, b, c), do: a - b - c
end
A.minus(3, 2, 1)
#=> 0
A.minus.(3).(2).(1)
#=> 0
below_ten = A.minus(10)
below_ten.(2).(1)
#=> 7
below_five = A.minus(20, 15)
below_five.(2)
#=> 3
```

`defpartial/2`

, but generates private functions.