status: draft (2020-06-08)
Many functional languages provide chaining or pipeline operators, like Clojure's
-> or OCaml's
|>. Chaining is a simple, terse, and readable way to write deeply nested expressions. This SRFI defines a family of
chain operators, which can rewrite nested expressions like
(a b (c d (e f g))) as a sequence of operations:
(chain g (e f) (c d) (a b)).