12:42 kotarak: Does for also do destructuring?
12:42 Chouser: I think so
12:43 (for [[a b] [[1 2] [3 4]]] [b a]) => ([2 1] [4 3])
12:49 kotarak: Chouser: thanks, was missing a set of parentheses at the apropriate places. stupid me.
14:35 hoeck: damn it, reddit is down, i actually have to _do_ some programming instead of just reading about, BTW, some clojurainian here owning a tabletpc?
20:05 albino: Is there an example somewhere of taking input from stdin? Should I solve that the same way I would in java?
20:49 sage_joch: albino: try (read-line)
20:52 albino: sage_joch: thanks
21:38 Nafai: Is there a way to load a file from the REPL?
21:38 i.e., I want to run the REPL and then load a file so I can play around with the functions defined in it
21:38 albino: (load-file)
21:39 err (load-file "/path/to/yourfile.clj")
21:41 Nafai: Thanks
22:19 albino: How can I do an infinite loop? (while true (println "clojure rules"))
22:20 can range count to infinity?
22:26 Chouser: (take 10 (iterate inc 0))
22:28 albino: Chouser: thanks
22:55 * Nafai sighs
22:57 Nafai: Are there any good simple examples out there of functions written in clojure?
22:57 Like the classic fibonacci, etc?
23:10 scroll down a bit for a couple fibonacci examples.