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ichise.masashi10:11:55

Hi, I'm Japanese. Today, I use Google Translate (maybe new AI translation). Please let me ask question about the first sentence of http://clojure.org/. This is the words : 'Clojure is a robust, practical, and fast programming language with a set of useful features that together form a simple, coherent, and powerful tool.' I did re-translate the words, as English -> Japanese -> English. the result is 'Clojure is a powerful, practical and fast programming language with useful features that make simple, consistent and powerful tools.' Can I think that the intention of the original meaning is equivalent to this conversion result?

michal.stolarczyk13:11:35

Folks, just wondering - does anybody know about any examples of a doubly linked list implemented in Clojure? I'm trying to create something simple myself but I'm struggling with this a little (mostly with the fact that nodes need to contain mutable references to previous / next nodes in a list).

roelofw14:11:11

anyone who can give me a hint how to solve this one :

`"Functions can also take other functions as input"
  (= 20 ((fn [f] (f 4 5))
         ___)) 

roelofw14:11:38

I know the answer is multiply but I have no idea how to implement this

curlyfry14:11:15

@roelofw You don't need to implement a function for multiplication, you just need to supply the built-in one

roelofw16:11:54

@curlyfry oke, then I have to find out how the function is named

roelofw16:11:02

Thanks, I found it . I was overthinking the problem