Changes for clojure.core/every?

Rich_Morin on Mon, 21 Jan 2013
;; you can use every? with a set as the predicate to return true if 
;; every member of a collection is in the set
user=> (every? #{1 2} [1 2 3])
false
user=> (every? #{1 2} [1 2])
true

;; or use a hash-map as the predicate with every? to return true 
;; if every member of a collection is a key within the map
user=> (every? {1 "one" 2 "two"} [1 2])
true
user=> (every? {1 "one" 2 "two"} [1 2 3])
false
shockbob on Sat, 16 Jul 2011
;; you can use every? with a set as the predicate to return true if 
;; every member of a collection is in the set
user=> (every? #{1 2} [1 2 3])
false
user=> (every? #{1 2} [1 2])
true

;; or use a hash-map as the predicate with every? to returns true 
;; if every member of a collection is a key within the map
user=> (every? {1 "one" 2 "two"} [1 2])
true
user=> (every? {1 "one" 2 "two"} [1 2 3])
false