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juhoteperi06:07:48

Yes overrides also work. And it should possible to implement ignores later.

john16:07:05

I'm noticing that cljs.reader/read-string fails on "08" and "09" ('Invalid number') but works for "07" and "10". Is that unexpected?

dpsutton16:07:56

the leading 0 means to parse the number as octal. 8 and 9 don't exist in this base. 7 does. 10 will be parsed as a normal base-10 10

john16:07:55

Yeah, I figured it was the octal thing. Okay, thanks.

ambrosebs23:07:06

has anyone had ever any issues with misusing undefined? eg. accidentally passing to a JS method/function that doesn't support undefined, because it silently passed through your CLJS program. interested in affirmative & negative responses.

ambrosebs23:07:03

maybe I'll start with: does anyone ever care about undefined?