This video serves covers a key data structure in Clojure: vectors. Clojure is unique among many Lisps, in that it has a first-class syntax for representing vectors (using square brackets).
Here is the 03_vectors.clj source code:
(meditations "You can use vectors in clojure to create an 'Array' like structure" (= __ (count )) "You can create a vector in several ways" (= __ (vec nil)) "And populate it in either of these ways" (= __ (vec '(1))) "There is another way as well" (= __ (vector nil)) "But you can populate it with any number of elements at once" (= [1 __] (vec '(1 2))) "And add to it as well" (= __ (conj (vec nil) 333)) "You can get the first element of a vector like so" (= __ (first [:peanut :butter :and :jelly])) "And the last in a similar fashion" (= __ (last [:peanut :butter :and :jelly])) "Or any index if you wish" (= __ (nth [:peanut :butter :and :jelly] 3)) "You can also slice a vector" (= __ (subvec [:peanut :butter :and :jelly] 1 3)) "Equality with collections is in terms of values" (= (list 1 2 3) (vector 1 2 __)))
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