Returns a new sequence where ‘x’ is the element that is added to the end of the sequence.
Following is the syntax.
(conj seq x)
Parameters − ‘x’ is the element which needs to be added to the sequence. ‘seq’ is the sequence list of elements.
Return Value − The new sequence with the appended element.
Following is an example of conj in Clojure. Note that in the following program, we are also seeing the shorter version of creating a sequence, which can simply be done by using the square brackets .
(ns clojure.examples.example (:gen-class)) ;; This program displays Hello World (defn Example  (println (conj [1 2 3] 4))) (Example)
The above program produces the following output.
(1 2 3 4)