This video covers the fundamental data structure of Lisp and Clojure: lists. Lisp stands for "LISt Processing", after all!
Here is the 02_lists.clj source code:
(meditations "Lists can be expressed by function or a quoted form" (= '(__ __ __ __ __) (list 1 2 3 4 5)) "They are Clojure seqs (sequences), so they allow access to the first" (= __ (first '(1 2 3 4 5))) "As well as the rest" (= __ (rest '(1 2 3 4 5))) "The rest when nothing is left is empty" (= __ (rest '(100))) "And construction by adding an element to the front is simple" (= __ (cons :a '(:b :c :d :e))) "Conjoining an element to a list can be done in the reverse order" (= __ (conj '(:a :b :c :d :e) 0)) "You can use a list like a stack to get the first element" (= __ (peek '(:a :b :c :d :e))) "Or the others" (= __ (pop '(:a :b :c :d :e))) "But watch out if you try to pop nothing" (= __ (try (pop '()) (catch IllegalStateException e "No dice!"))) "The rest of nothing isn't so strict" (= __ (try (rest '()) (catch IllegalStateException e "No dice!"))))
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