Endomorphism as an invariant functor

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An article (also) for object-oriented programmers. This article is part of a series of articles about invariant functors. An invariant functor is a functor that is neither covariant nor contravariant. See the series introduction for more details. An endomorphism is a function where the return type is the same as the input type.


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