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defk

A Clojure library designed to make keyword arguments not just easier but so much easier in fact that you might just never use anything else again.

Usage

Instead of using defn to define your function, use defk. Now anyone who calls your function gets keyword argument semantics automatically. An example is easier:

(defk foo [a b]
  (- a b))

(let [a 1, b 2]
  (foo b a)) ; <- returns 1 - 2, NOT 2 - 1. How? Because the NAME a and
             ; b are used, not the positions of those variables at the call site

You can of course also pass in the value of variables with other names or literals:

(let [c 2]
  (foo a=1 b=c))

(foo a=(+ 1 2 3) b=2)

The underlying function can be called directly like so:

(foo-raw {:a 1, :b 2})

License

Copyright © 2015 Anders Hovmöller

Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.

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