Once added to your .emacs file, you can call it with:
It assumes clojure-mode is already loaded.
A piece of intertube about the Clojure programming language, algorithms and artificial intelligence.
M-x earmuffyto add earmuffs, or type
C-u M-x earmuffyto remove them.
|Ada Type||Description||C Equivalent|
|Character||A single character||char|
|Integer||An integer (32-bit) number||int|
|Natural||Zero or positive integer||-|
|Positive||A positive integer||-|
|Long_Integer||A big integer (same as long in Gcc)||long (same as int in Gcc)|
|Long_Long_Integer||A really big (64-bit) integer||long long|
|Short_Integer||A small (16-bit) integer||short|
|Short_Short_Integer||A really small (8-bit) integer||char|
|Float||A real number||float|
|Long_Float||A big real number||double|
|Long_Long_Float||A really big real number||long double|
|Short_Float||A smaller real number||?|
|Fixed||A fixed-point real number||-|
|String||An Ada fixed-length string||char array|
type Speed is new Long_Float; Speedy_Gonzales_Speed : Speed;
X : Long_float := 300.0; Speedy_Gonzales_Speed := X;The compiler effectively gives an error:
expected type "Speed" defined at line 6
found type "Standard.Long_Float"
subtype Degree is Long_Float; Oven_Temperature : Degree; Y : Long_Float := 255.0; Oven_Temperature := Y;
type Degrees is new Float range -273.15 .. Float'Last;
type money is delta 0.01 digits 18;Ada also supports multidimensional arrays, bit-level memory access, definition of memory pool, concurrency programming in a task-oriented way, object-oriented programming, generic packages etc.
;; in Scheme: > (rational? (/ 1 5)) #t > (rational? 3) #t > (real? 3) #tWhile this discussion may not make so much sense for dynamic languages such as Clojure, I think new languages being designed, which are not dynamically typed, could really benefit of having such rich primitives types. A complex type systems like the one from ML or Haskell is not needed for this purpose and primitives types is the most basic and most used feature of a programming language, so dear languages designers, next time, have a small thought for Ada.
(ns `(let* ((nsname '()) (dirs (split-string (buffer-file-name) "/")) (aftersrc nil)) (dolist (dir dirs) (if aftersrc (progn (setq nsname (cons dir nsname)) (setq nsname (cons "." nsname))) (when (or (string= dir "src") (string= dir "test")) (setq aftersrc t)))) (when nsname (replace-regexp-in-string "_" "-" (substring (apply 'concat (reverse nsname)) 0 -5))))` (:use $1) (:require ))
(ns mylib.utils.swing-stuff (:use ) (:require ))