I have a JS function that I want to convert to Reason syntax.

```
function hoc() {
return (a, b) => {
return a + b
}
}
```

So this function once called returns another function that takes 2 arguments.

```
hoc() // returns new function
```

When called again it then takes the 2 arguments provided and adds them together.

I’m finding trouble converting it to reasonml because of the following issue.

If I have the function writen as follows in reasonml syntax

```
let hoc = () => {
(a, b) => {
a++b
}
};
```

it gets converted to

```
function hoc(param, a, b) {
return a + b;
}
```

which isn’t what I want. I want the HOC function when first called to take no parameters then take the rest later on

How do I solve this?