Clojure - Vectors


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A Vector is a collection of values indexed by contiguous integers. A vector is created by using the vector method in Clojure.

Example

Following is an example of creating a vector in Clojure.

(ns clojure.examples.example
   (:require [clojure.set :as set])
   (:gen-class))
(defn example []
   (println (vector 1 2 3)))
(example)

Output

The above code produces the following output.

[1 2 3]

Following are the methods available in Clojure.

Sr.No. Vectors & Description
1 vector-of

Creates a new vector of a single primitive type ‘t’, where ‘t’ is one of :int :long :float :double :byte :short :char or :boolean.

2 nth

This function returns the item in the nth position in the vector.

3 get

Returns the element at the index position in the vector.

4 conj

Appends an element to the vector and returns the new set of vector elements.

5 pop

For a list or queue, returns a new list/queue without the first item, for a vector, returns a new vector without the last item.

6 subvec

Returns a sub vector from a starting and ending index.



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