Functions as patterns
Exploring patterns as a means of understanding and documenting functions.
Add to your project.clj file:
(require 'functions-as-patterns.core :refer :all) (view-as-colors (partition 3 (range 10))) (view-as-colors (partition-all 3 (range 10))))
;;Render to file, assume arguments are colors (render "/tmp/" (partition 2 (hues 10))) ;;Render to file, convert arguments to colors (render-as-colors "/tmp/" (partition 2 (range 10))) ;;Render assuming arguments are colors (view (partition 2 (hues 10))) ;;Render mapping arguments to colors (view-as-colors (partition 2 (range 10)))
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