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Input and Output

Programming is taking data in and pushing a result out.


If you push a 4 in, you get a 4 out.


Add comments with // to explain what's going on in your code. Any text written on a line after the // will not be run by the computer. You can think of // as "meant for humans, not computers".

You read the first line.

Your computer will read "interpret" the second line.

//the number below is 4


Before you write your own functions, start by using functions provided from ramda.

The inc function increments a Number by 1 (that's a fancy way of saying "+ 1").

inc(4) //

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