Functional TypeScript
Victor Savkin
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Excellent functional refactoring, Victor.

One bit of non-generic code remains:

type Predicate = (e: Employee) => boolean;

This infects and(), making it non-generic.

Easy to fix:

type Predicate<T> = (value: T) => boolean;

function and<T>(predicates: Predicate<T>[]): Predicate<T> { …

function filteredSalaries(employees: Employee[], conditions: Predicate<Employee>[]): number[] { …


I collected the code in a single gist with my tweaks:

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