"Given a function with two parameter lists, return a 
 function with the order of the argument lists reversed. The 
 parameter lists may have any number of parameters.
 That is, if `fun` has type `W(A,B)(X,Y,Z)` then 
 `shuffle(fun)` has type `W(X,Y,Z)(A,B)`.
 This function is often used in conjunction with `curry()`."
see (`function curry`)
shared Result(*FirstArgs)(*SecondArgs)
            Result(*SecondArgs)(*FirstArgs) f)
        given FirstArgs satisfies Anything[]
        given SecondArgs satisfies Anything[]
            => flatten((SecondArgs secondArgs) 
                => flatten((FirstArgs firstArgs)
                    => unflatten(unflatten(f)(firstArgs))(secondArgs)));