Echo JS 0.11.0

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andys8 162 days ago. link 2 points
Simple functions like `lt` are there because of the lack of currying in the language Javascript. They can improve readbility in other languages. I'm not sure why the example is using `R.lt(R.__, 3)` in the first place. If a curried version should be used, `R.gt(3)` is without the placeholder. If not, the lambda `x => x < 3` is fine. But often curried versions are nicer to read, e.g. `R.add(1)`.

I like this comment, where the author gives more details. E.g. that `gt`/`lt` implement `Ord`.

https://github.com/ramda/ramda/issues/2755#issuecomment-451745388
self_refactor 161 days ago. link 1 point
I am aware that currying is the main reason, but I believe Ramda can be just as awesome and without these small methods. Just my 2c