Python Functions as First-Class Values

This is part of another computer-science tutorial I gave at the Oxford Institute. The idea was to use Python to demonstrate that in programming, functions can be as tangible as numbers, strings, or dates: that they can be assigned to variables, passed to other functions, returned from functions. In short, they enjoy all the privileges that other data does. They are “first-class values”.

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