clojure read file
Reading a File in Clojure
To read a file in Clojure, you can use the
slurp function. The
slurp function reads the entire contents of a file into a string.
Here's an example of how to use the
slurp function to read a file in Clojure:
(defn read-file [file-path]
In the above example, the
read-file function takes a
file-path parameter, which is the path to the file you want to read. The
slurp function is then used to read the contents of the file and return it as a string.
To use the
read-file function, you can call it with the path to the file you want to read, like this:
"path/to/file.txt" with the actual path to the file you want to read.
Please note that the
slurp function reads the entire contents of the file into memory as a string, so it may not be suitable for reading very large files.