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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:
scalaval 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:
scalaresult _
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 … Read the rest