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curry" to something else. Yes it does more than what's called currying in some languages, but it does give you back a function that will work entirely like a traditional curried function:
curry(f2)(a)(b) => f2(a, b),
curry(f3)(a)(b)(c) => f3(a, b, c). The fact that you could also call
curry(f3)(a, b)(c), or
curry(f3)(a, b, c)to get the same result doesn't change this.