work in progress

Recursion is used greatly in Clojure to iterate through data and as anything can be treated as data in Clojure you can understand why.

Recursively calling the same function

Lets iterate though a collection using recursion by writing a function that calls itsefl

(defn recursively-use-a-collection [collection]
  (println (first collection))
  (if (empty? collection)
    (print-str "no more values to process")
    (recursively-use-a-collection  (rest collection))))

(recursively-use-a-collection [1 2 3])

Further recursion examples

Other functions to consider

  • every
  • accumulating / accumulative
  • keep

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