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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 */ }
myfunction
}

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.

A:

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.

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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