Changes for clojure.core/interpose

Iceland_jack on Sun, 03 Jun 2012
;; The quintessential interpose example:
user> (def my-strings ["one" "two" "three"])

user> (interpose ", " my-strings)
=> ("one" ", " "two" ", " "three")

user> (apply str (interpose ", " my-strings))
=> "one, two, three"

;; Might use clojure.string/join if the plan is to join
(use '[clojure.string :only (join)])
user> (join ", " my-strings)
=> "one, two, three"
Iceland_jack on Sun, 03 Jun 2012
;; The quintessential interpose example:
user> (def my-strings ["one" "two" "three"])

user> (interpose ", " my-strings)
=> ("one" ", " "two" ", " "three")

user> (apply str (interpose ", " my-strings))
=> "one, two, three"

;; Might use clojure.string/join if the plan is to join
user> (use '[clojure.string :only (join)])
user> (join ", " my-strings)
=> "one, two, three"
Iceland_jack on Sun, 03 Jun 2012
;; The quintessential interpose example:
user> (def my-strings ["one" "two" "three"])

user> (interpose ", " my-strings)
=> ("one" ", " "two" ", " "three")

user> (apply str (interpose ", " my-strings))
=> "one, two, three"

;; Might use clojure.string/join if the plan is to join
user> (use '[clojure.string :only (join)])
user> (join ", " my-strings)
=> "one, two, three"
Iceland_jack on Sun, 03 Jun 2012
;; The quintessential interpose example:
user> (def my-strings ["one" "two" "three"])

user> (interpose ", " my-strings)
=> ("one" ", " "two" ", " "three")

user> (apply str (interpose ", " my-strings))
=> "one, two, three"

;; Might use clojure.string/join if the plan is to join
user> (use '[clojure.string :only (join)])
user> (join ", " my-strings)
"one, two, three"
philos99 on Tue, 04 Oct 2011
;; The quintessential interpose example:

user> (def my-strings ["one" "two" "three"])

user> (interpose ", " my-strings)
=> ("one" ", " "two" ", " "three")

user> (apply str (interpose ", " my-strings))
=> "one, two, three"
zkim on Fri, 09 Jul 2010
The quintessential interpose example:


user> (def my-strings ["one" "two" "three"])

user> (interpose ", " my-strings)
=> ("one" ", " "two" ", " "three")

user> (apply str (interpose ", " my-strings))
=> "one, two, three"