Clojure has a "->" macro which inserts each expression recursively as the first argument of the next expression.
This means that I could write:
(-> arg f1 f2 f3)
and it behaves like (shell piping):
I would like to do this in Python; however, searching seems to be a nightmare! I couldn't search for "->", and neither could I search for Python function threading!
Is there a way to overload, say, the | operator so that I could write this in Python?
arg | f1 | f2 | f3