Creates a new vector of a single primitive type ‘t’, where ‘t’ is one of :int :long :float :double :byte :short :char or :boolean. The resulting vector complies with the interface of vectors in general, but stores the values unboxed internally.
Following is the syntax.
(vector-of t setofelements)
Parameters − ‘t’ is the type which the vector elements should be. ‘Setofelements’ is the set of elements comprised in the vector.
Return Value − The vector set of elements of the required type.
Following is an example of vector-of in Clojure.
(ns clojure.examples.example (:require [clojure.set :as set]) (:gen-class)) (defn example  (println (vector-of :int 1 2 3))) (example)
The above code produces the following output.
[1 2 3]