Be a 4clojure hero with Emacs19 Jan 2015, by Artur Malabarba.
This year I made it my resolution to learn clojure. After reading through the
unexpectedly engaging romance that is Clojure for the Brave and True, it was
time to boldly venture through the dungeons of 4clojure. Sword in hand, I
4clojure.el and start hacking, but I felt the interface could use some
For starters, it's annoying that you need two commands to check the answer and move to next question. Sacha has a nice suggestion on this matter, a single command which checks the answer and moves to the next question. Nonetheless, I needed more.
Having to manually erase the
__ fields to type my answer is absurd. Not to
mention some answers are cumbersome to type inline. With the following command,
you type your code at the end of the buffer; a lone archer lining up a shot to
slay the problems above.
The second encounter is simple in comparison. Just sharpen the blade, polish the shield, and we're ready for battle.
These two snippets have me cleaving effortlessly through the initial questions and I'm eager for the final challenges.
Both of these websites were recommended to me by Michael Fogleman. Do you know any other good clojure resources?