Great question. Apologies if that was lost amongst the rest of the nonsense
there. It simply provides an alternate syntax for the mapping functions
(mapcar, seek, fish, etc).
'((X) (doThings X)
(1 2 3) )
you can write,
(mapcar@ (1 2 3)
(doThings @) )
Same idea applied to the rest of the mapping functions. Note that the
function you pass to the mapper (e.g. doThings) is assumed to have only one
argument, referred to by '@'.
On Tuesday, August 25, 2015, jakob <ja...@aurorasystems.eu> wrote:
> Haha, I looked at it but what is it? :-)
> On August 25, 2015 6:32:28 AM CEST, Erik Gustafson <
>> What's good everyone?
>> I've really been liking the function 'map@' from a few threads back. I
>> wrote a little library that follows this idea to its logical conclusion