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beeegeee (4) [Avatar] Offline
1.5.4: Next is a vector of two symbols, an-ar-gument and another-argument .
1.5.4: The list that should be inserted is (log-function-call "my-own-fu-nction") .
1.5.7: The Default-Selenium.
2.1.4: The function is called check-login , and it takes two arguments, username and pa-ssword.
2.2.1: The def form shown here assigns the function created using fn to the var add-ition-function.
3.3.2: This doesn’t work for the cl-ojure.core namespace.
3.4.1: What’s more, Cl-ojure allows nesting of vectors in destructuring bindings.
5.1.3: The Clojure function returned by the call to (memfn sub-Sequence start end)
5.2.1: Three class files that get generated here are calculators_init.class , calculators.class , and c-alculators$present_value__xx.class,

1.5.6: There’s nothing to stop someone from writing code that treats variables as i mmutable
1.5.6: There’s a vast difference between such an a pproach
1.5.7: You’ll see a ll this and more in chapter 5
1.7: There can be times when it isn’t quite the language of choice for a p roject.
1.7: It takes experience to know when a macro is the right tool for the job, and indeed, if you can do without a m acro
1.7: The functional programming paradigm is also oftentimes a m ajor
1.7: Because OOP is the most commonly used approach to writing software today, functional programming languages can leave developers at a loss as t o
2.4.4: Maps are similar to associative arrays or d ictionaries
3.3.1: In Clojure, all functions belong to a na mespace
4.3.4: Sometimes, a hierarchy may involve what lo oks like multiple inheritance.
5.1.4: This is why it’s somewhat amusing to note that when compared to Java code, Clojure code often has fewer parentheses, all used and placed in a co nsistent

1.5.7: You can find it at
4.3.4: (derive ::platinum ::premier)
5.2.1: The contents of dcf.clj are
5.2.2: Listing 5.2 gen-class generates a Java class to reference AbstractJavaClass

3.2.1: In this example, MAX-CONNECTION

Chapter 4 repeated on pages 118-135.

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5.1.6: In the previous example, the Grizzly-Adapter interface is specified
amitrathore (132) [Avatar] Offline
Re: Nits Found in Clojure in Action 2E version 3
Very comprehensive notes, thanks a ton. I've applied them all to the manuscript.