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Idiomatic way to use a self returned function that wraps a function with a function returned to the outer function

Say I want to write a wrapper function in a scala class that executes a function and returns a function that itself calls the original function and optionally some additional code.
def myfunction() = { /* stuff */ }

The function I want to wrap should look like this
val myfn = {
def myfunction() = { /* stuff */ }

My problem is that I am not sure how to properly “return” the inner function and invoke it when I call the outer function. Is there a good way to do this? It seems like a needlessly complicated way of achieving what I’m trying to do.


If it’s just about returning inner functions, it’s really easy. In addition to what Jeroen described, you can use partial functions:
scala> val result = myfunction _
result: () => Unit =

The underscore notation lets you use partial functions as literal values, which is highly idiomatic (unlike in Haskell, where you’d write a function like this:
_ :: Int -> String

If that function actually does something, it gets compiled to something like this:
scala> result _
res4: String =

That is, the function is partially applied to the underscore.


XAML resource dictionaries (XDG Icons, spinner icons) localization for WinRT XAML apps

I would like to use Windows 8’s Icons (e.g. for notifications) and spinners in my WinRT XAML app.
From MSDN I see that for WinRT XAML, I can use the AppResources as described on MSDN and from multiple sources online:


The file contains a single main hyperlink.
Considering the following:

ctrl+click on the browser viewport (shrink the preview to your liking)

where it shows/links to:

you can discover the URL value at the top of the page’s preview

using the Google:

this URL is to this particular file

it seems as you tried to get a software from a completely different site.

amendment is necessarily applicable to evidence to be admitted at trial, and the Court’s holding is therefore not applicable to the motion to reconsider. Since it appears that defendant’s motion to reconsider is grounded on the contention that the motion in limine should have been granted by the Court, that motion will be denied as a matter of law.
[1] The complaint in the underlying action was brought only by the individual plaintiff, Clyde K. Gower, alleging a cause of action for compensatory and punitive damages stemming from injuries sustained as a result of the injuries Gower allegedly received as the result of a false arrest.
[2] The cases relied upon by the City in support of its position are substantially distinguishable from the instant case. In Buettner v. Arch Coal Sales, Inc., 675 F.Supp. 704 (E.D.Pa.1987), the court held that a product liability plaintiff, having failed to comply with a Pennsylvania statute requiring that a medical expert review a plaintiff’s case and prepare a report, could not offer at trial any expert testimony without a showing that the plaintiff would not have been able to obtain the expert review, report or testimony within the statute’s time constraints, that the plaintiff did not in fact obtain the review, report or testimony, or that the Pennsylvania statute was unconstitutional. In Pfenninger v. J.J. Binnard Co., 766 F.2d 279, 283 (8th Cir.1985), the court stated that “[u]nder Missouri law, once a plaintiff has been qualified as an expert by the trial court, a plaintiff can be of no assistance to the plaintiff’s own counsel in preparing a case for trial.” In neither of the above cases did the court address the legal issues presented in this motion.
[3] The cases relied upon by the City in support of the proposition that a criminal action involving

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