Navigating Clojure Libraries
Clojure code is packaged in libraries. Each Clojure library belongs to a namespace, which is analogous to a Java package. You can load a Clojure library with require:
When you require a library named clojure.java.io, Clojure looks for a file named clojure/java/io.clj on the CLASSPATH. Try it:
|||user=> (require 'clojure.java.io)|
The leading single quote (’) is required, and it quotes the library name. The nil returned indicates success. While you’re at it, test that you can load the sample code for this chapter, examples.introduction:
|||user=> (require 'examples.introduction)|
The examples.introduction library includes an implementation of the Fibonacci ...