These aren’t the reducing functions you are looking for by Christophe Grand.
From the post:
Transducers are powerful and easy to grasp when they claim they transform reducing functions. However once you scratch their surface you quickly realize that’s not their true nature: they transform stateful processes.
In a previous post, I explained why seeded transduce forces transducers to return stateful reducing functions. However this can be fixed. The current implementation of
Heavy sledding but the leading edge always is. Relevance depends on your need for/dedication to advancing a paradigm.
I first saw this in a tweet by Johnathan Winandy.