Finally, we have arrived at function composition.
In functional programming, we want everything to be a function. We especially want unary functions if possible. If we can convert all functions to unary functions, then magical things can happen.
Unary functions are functions that take only a single input. Functions with multiple inputs are polyadic, but we usually say binary for functions that accept two inputs and ternary for three inputs. Some functions don't accept a specific number of inputs; we call those variadic.
Manipulating functions and their acceptable number of inputs can be extremely expressive. In this section, we will explore how to compose new functions from smaller functions: little units of logic that combine ...