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Right. Thanks, Jagadish. seqs are indeed indexable.

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1 parent ff9617a commit 022711f55348d60eadc08e4ade2a68300a5fbffe John Gabriele committed Nov 14, 2012
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@@ -534,9 +534,9 @@ and maps:
(We cover `apply` in the [Bread and Butter
functions](#bread_and_butter_functions) section.)
-If you need to convert to a sequential collection (list or vector),
-but don't need to access by index, you can use `seq` instead of `vec`
-(to convert to a generic non-indexable list-like ("sequential") data
+If you need to convert to a sequential collection but don't need fast
+random access to items via index, you can use `seq` instead of `vec`
+(to convert to a generic linked-list-like ("sequential") data
structure). More about `seq` when we get to [Laziness](#laziness).
> By the way, you may have noticed a pattern here: longer function

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