in practical terms, the direct correspondence between code and data means that the Clojure code you write in the REPL or in a text source...

in practical terms, the direct correspondence between code and data means that the Clojure code you write in the REPL or in a text source file isn’t text at all: you are programming using Clojure data structure literals“Clojure Programming”, Chas Emerick, Brian Carper, Christophe Grand

in practical terms, the direct correspondence between code and data means that the Clojure code you write in the REPL or in a text source file isn’t text at all: you are programming using Clojure data structure literals

“Clojure Programming”, Chas Emerick, Brian Carper, Christophe Grand