Thunk is a function that wraps another function or expression to delay computation. Thunk can also be used to add additional calculations to a function.
Thunks provide lazy evaluation and are widely used in functional programming languages.
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Here’s an example of using a thunk
// calculation of 1 + 2 is immediate let x = 1 + 2; // calculation of 1 + 2 is delayed // myFunction can be called later to perform the calculation let myFunction = () => 1 + 2;
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