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Namespaces, Vars, and Symbols (Oh, My!)
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| by Craig Andera Follow 0 Followers on Sep 10, 2012 |

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Craig Andera explains how some of the main Clojure constructs – namespaces, vars, symbols – are processed during the read and eval phases of the compilation.

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