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Here, a normal function called greet() has been constructed. It describes the distinction between a regular function and an anonymous function. We have finally called the newly generated function. Thus, the actual implementation of an anonymous function is completed in this manner.
- Supplying an anonymous function as a parameter to another function
- An anonymous function may also be used as a parameter for another function. Let's write some code to provide the anonymous function as a value for an argument to another function to understand better:
- Functions that are anonymous lack a name.
- We may do so when writing an anonymous function by utilising the function keyword and parentheses ().
- The output of an anonymous function is saved in variables.
How to reuse the Anonymous Function
This is an anonymous function
Since there is no name between the function keyword and parenthesis in the example above, it is entirely anonymous. However, we are assigning this anonymous function to the AnonymousFunc variable because we want to be able to call it in the future.
Immediately Invoked Function Execution
To avoid invoking a function, we sometimes need to run it immediately after declaring it. Since they start working as soon as they are stated, anonymous functions are a fantastic choice.
When an anonymous function is created, it has no name and can be called anonymously. The anonymous function can execute a function or give another function a parameter. This article has covered how to construct anonymous functions and save them for use at a later time.