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Can one use Python to learn and even apply Functional Programming?

Python*can* do functional programming, but, for learning, Haskell will work better.

Sam <lightaiyee at gmail.com> wrote:
>I would like to learn and try out functional programming (FP). I love
>Python and would like to use it to try FP. Some have advised me to use
>Haskell instead because Python is not a good language for FP. I am sort
>of confused at the moment. Is Python a dysfunctional programming
>language to apply FP? Can the more experienced Python users advise?

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