lazy-arr - Arrays that look just like regular JavaScript arrays, but are computed lazily.

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Arrays that look just like regular JavaScript arrays, but are computed lazily. Like Scala or Haskell's lazy streams. Read more about it in the introductory blog post: Lazy-arr takes a function, and uses it to lazily generate values for the array. The function takes a numerical array index (eg. 5) and should return the value for that index in the array. The function doesn't have to be idempotent, but its return value will be cached (you can then delete it from cache, if you want).



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