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Nice! Do you often use functional programming in your normal daily programming?
I personally prefer functional programming when possible but I'm always interested to hear what people like about it For me, a couple of the benefits of functional programming are the readability of the code and also the removal of boilerplate.


I try to use it as often as possible but working with different clients means that sometimes their systems are in OOP languages or some other paradigm and so using FP isn't always possible. It is something I find easier to reason with though personally since I aim to break any task down to the basics and this maps well with FP in my opinion. All I need to do is compose each task/action together to have the desired outcome and so using something like the compose function or pipe function is very useful in such scenarios.

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