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thrush salutation

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1 parent 57184a7 commit 29ae55f863866cb448385bed5f2ef14d73b5d723 @shoover shoover committed Sep 28, 2010
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@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
<title>Thrush Combinators in Clojure</title>
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<meta name="author" content="Shawn Hoover"/>
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@@ -261,7 +261,8 @@ <h3 id="sec-2.1">And Then </h3>
shoved through <code>-&gt;&gt;</code> above, but that was exactly his point: <code>-&gt;&gt;</code> messes with
syntax, it doesn't just compose function calls. Book authors say to write
macros only when a function won't do, and the errant <code>i</code> above shows how
-<i>calling</i> macros requires much care, as well.
+<i>calling</i> macros requires much care, as well. Given that the function versions
+require you to build anonymous fns for innocent little snippets like <code>(filter odd?)</code>, I think I'll stick with <code>-&gt;&gt;</code> and just try to be careful.
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@@ -133,4 +133,6 @@ and not macros, the compiler won't allow the syntactic deception chouser
shoved through =->>= above, but that was exactly his point: =->>= messes with
syntax, it doesn't just compose function calls. Book authors say to write
macros only when a function won't do, and the errant =i= above shows how
-/calling/ macros requires much care, as well.
+/calling/ macros requires much care, as well. Given that the function versions
+require you to build anonymous fns for innocent little snippets like =(filter
+odd?)=, I think I'll stick with =->>= and just try to be careful.

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