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"Lambda" being the lambda-calculus operator and Python keyword for defining an anonymous function, should be merged with and .

Currently, the lambda tag-wiki even defines it as anonymous functions.

Some other related tags for discussion:

  • : technically more specific, but the Java community likes to call anonymous functions "closures" so some of the questions should possibly be merged
  • : does this distinction matter?
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