Allow

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LET.

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Random information on the term “Allow”:

The River Allow (/ˈæloʊ/; Irish: Abhainn Ealla) is a river in Ireland, flowing through County Limerick and County Cork.

The Allow rises in the Mullaghareirk Mountains and forms part of the County Limerick–County Cork border before flowing eastwards, passing under the R579 and meeting a tributary near Freemount, passing under the R578 and continuing southward to Kanturk where it meets the River Dalua. The Allow then flows southwards, passing under the N72 at Leader’s Bridge and enters the Munster Blackwater at Ballymaquirk/Dromcummer Beg.

The River Allow is a salmon fishery.

Coordinates: 52°18′44″N 9°04′11″W / 52.312156°N 9.069836°W / 52.312156; -9.069836

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Random information on the term “LET”:

In computer science, a “let” expression associates a function definition with a restricted scope.

The “let” expression may also be defined in mathematics, where it associates a Boolean condition with a restricted scope.

The “let” expression may be considered as a lambda abstraction applied to a value. Within mathematics, a let expression may also be considered as a conjunction of expressions, within an existential quantifier which restricts the scope of the variable.

The let expression is present in many functional languages to allow the local definition of expression, for use in defining another expression. The let-expression is present in some functional languages in two forms; let or “let rec”. Let rec is an extension of the simple let expression which uses the fixed-point combinator to implement recursion.

Dana Scott’s LCF language was a stage in the evolution of lambda calculus into modern functional languages. This language introduced the let expression, which has appeared in most functional languages since that time.

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