These aren’t the reducing functions you are looking for

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 transduce reads:

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.

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