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The Den of Clojure Message Board › Using the threading macros, -> and ->>

Using the threading macros, -> and ->>

Tyler P.
tylerperkins
Boulder, CO
Post #: 3
(I already posted this on the comment board for the last meeting, but it's not very noticeable there. Why does every Meetup group need four or more boards?!)

At the meeting, I promised I would enter a note about a little technique I came up with. It helps when using the -> or ->> macros, and not all your functions cooperate with a consistent order of their arguments. I've written it up here:

https://gist.github.c...­
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