clojure write file

Writing a File in Clojure

To write a file in Clojure, you can use the spit function. The spit function takes two arguments: the file path and the content to be written to the file. Here's an example:

(spit "/path/to/file.txt" "Hello, world!")

In the example above, the string "Hello, world!" will be written to the file located at "/path/to/file.txt". If the file does not exist, it will be created. If the file already exists, its contents will be overwritten.

You can also specify additional options when using the spit function, such as the encoding and whether to append to the file instead of overwriting it. For more information on these options, you can refer to the Clojure documentation for the spit function.

Please note that you need to have the necessary permissions to write to the specified file path.