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const compose = (a, b) => x => a(b(x));
const reverse = array => [...array].reverse();
// `get` is a simple accessor function, used for selecting an item in an array.
const get = id => array => array[id];
// This functional version of map accepts our function first.
const map = (fn, array) =>;
// `pluck` allows us to map through a matrix, gathering all the items at a
// specific index.
const pluck = (index, data) => map(get(index), data);
// `rangeFrom` creates an array equal in length to the array provided,
// but with a 0-based range for values.
// eg. ['a', 'b', 'c'] -> [0, 1, 2]
const rangeFrom = ({length}) => [...Array(length).keys()];
const flipMatrix = matrix => (
map(index => pluck(index, matrix), rangeFrom(matrix))
const rotateMatrix = compose(flipMatrix, reverse);
const flipMatrixCounterClockwise = compose(reverse, rotateMatrix);
const rotateMatrixCounterClockwise = compose(reverse, flipMatrix);
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