In this post, we will see how to resolve How is this code with reduce function evaluating in Clojure? Question: Following is the Clojure code: In REPL, it evaluates to [:mouse :duck :lory]. My question is, how is the code ...

In this post, we will see how to resolve Exclude tests with a specific selector in lein test Question: I have a suite of tests in my leiningen-based Clojure project. I want to run most of them frequently, but I ...

In this post, we will see how to resolve Clojure function to Replace Count Question: I need help with an assignment that uses Clojure. It is very small but the language is a bit confusing to understand. I need to ...

In this post, we will see how to resolve Why doesn’t this return a map with 100 keypairs? Question: I would expect 100 keypairs, but get six. Why? Best Answer: Because you have only 6 unique keys. Once you assoc ...

Question: If I run lein install the terminal throws an error: But, if I do what the (obscure) error message suggests and if I prefix the command with LEIN_SNAPSHOTS_IN_RELEASE=true, it succeeds: I would like to understand this better. Why is ...

Question: This question is related to this previous question. I am able to install private Maven packages available on GitHub packages with the following setting on project.clj: As you see, I can already use environment-variables for the password, since it ...

Question: I’m reading the book The Little Schemer, I implement the functions in Clojure, How to rewrite this function as a tail-recursive function in Clojure? Best Answer: Here is a translation of your code to a version that uses a ...

Question: I am trying to traverse the fp in babashka, and have found that running (shell "cd ..") in my script bb-test causes an error: Any ideas? Best Answer: You can’t change the working directory in babashka (it is a ...

Question: I have been stuck on this one for a while and cant figure it out. Why is the function not evaluating for values greater or equal than 2? It works fine for values under it but anything above and ...

Question: Can someone please explain the major differences between Scala, Groovy and Clojure. I know each of these compiles to run on the JVM but I’d like a simple comparison between them. Best Answer: Groovy is a dynamically typed language, ...