The pipe takes in an array of functions and "connects" them so that the output of a function within that array is passed as an input to the function after it.
const squareThenIncrement = pipe([x => x * x, x => x + 1])
squareThenIncrement(4); // 17
squareThenIncrement(9); // 82
There are a few medium articles out there explaining it in more detail. I didn't want to make this post too detailed. I just wanted to show how much we could do using just that fold function
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