Lambdas for both `Func` and `Action`

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Example

Typically lambdas are used for defining simple functions (generally in the context of a linq expression):

var incremented = myEnumerable.Select(x => x + 1);

Here the return is implicit.

However, it is also possible to pass actions as lambdas:

myObservable.Do(x => Console.WriteLine(x));

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