API for apply-macro - clojure-contrib v1.2 (stable)

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Full namespace name: clojure.contrib.apply-macro


Deprecated since clojure-contrib version 1.2

Public Variables and Functions


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Usage: (apply-macro macro & args)
This is evil.  Don't ever use it.  It makes a macro behave like a
function.  Seriously, how messed up is that?

Evaluates all args, then uses them as arguments to the macro as with

(def things [true true false])
(apply-macro and things)
;; Expands to:  (and true true false)
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