From the posts and guides in this blog, you can tell that I love working with collections. This is probably the aspect of programming that changed the most how I write code in the past decade.
And there are many ways to do it wrong and a few how to do it right.
For most of the day-to-day coding,
for loops are a thing of the past, and the vast majority of them can be written in a way
that is better suited for people than machines. But this way of handling collections requires a few building blocks. These
are functions that are simple in isolation, but composing them forms the arbitrarily complex logic of modern programs.
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reduce, the most versatile of all the Array functions
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