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Topic: Exception handling in Clojure

At me any old passion to LISP-like languages, are pleasant though you burst. And here, me the small bot was necessary. Basically, it is possible to write it quickly on Python, but to receive not enough fan, or long, but on Clojure, in passing receiving the sea of pleasure Exception handling in Clojure it appeared unexpectedly multifaced and as it seems to me, an interesting subject. To copy here the text which has born in process pleasure long, so simply link: http://sysdev.me/clojure-exceptions/ Additions/comments are welcomed

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Re: Exception handling in Clojure

Hello, kaa.python, you wrote: KP> At me any old passion to LISP-like languages, are pleasant though you burst. And here, me the small bot was necessary. Basically, it is possible to write it quickly on Python, but to receive not enough fan, or long, but on Clojure, in passing receiving the sea of pleasure KP> Exception handling in Clojure it appeared unexpectedly multifaced and as it seems to me, an interesting subject. To copy here the text which has born in process pleasure long, so simply link: http://sysdev.me/clojure-exceptions/ KP> Additions/comments are welcomed So normal try/catch without restarts. Well  with  still, but it and in  can be made.

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Re: Exception handling in Clojure

Hello, Turtle. BAZON.Group, you wrote: TBG> So normal try/catch without restarts. Well  with  still, but it and in  can be made. Well generally not absolutely how you tell all. Yes, restarts are not present, but there is a pattern matching in exceptions and indirect functions output agents in Erlang-style. Here about it after a link above also it is written

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Re: Exception handling in Clojure

Hello, kaa.python, you wrote: KP> At me any old passion to LISP-like languages, are pleasant though you burst. And here, me the small bot was necessary. Basically, it is possible to write it quickly on Python, but to receive not enough fan, or long, but on Clojure, in passing receiving the sea of pleasure KP> Exception handling in Clojure it appeared unexpectedly multifaced and as it seems to me, an interesting subject. To copy here the text which has born in process pleasure long, so simply link: http://sysdev.me/clojure-exceptions/ KP> Additions/comments are welcomed As exercise, errors can be added in core.async/chan and to process on a centralized basis (yes, hands, but it is possible also for the ). If it is fair, suffices ordinary try/catch because it is a lot of , and in most  exceptions the minimum quantity more often. But it, is visible because of specificity of mine  - scripts for handling of data bulks.

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Re: Exception handling in Clojure

Hello, m.aksenov, you wrote: MA> As exercise, errors can be added in core.async/chan and to process on a centralized basis (yes, hands, but it is possible also for the ).  to intercept and suppose in queue? Well, yes, it like in any language where is exceptions it is possible... And what for? I did not catch idea, similar. MA> if it is fair, suffices ordinary try/catch more often, MA> because it is a lot of , and in most  exceptions the minimum quantity. But it, is visible because of specificity of mine  - scripts for handling of data bulks. It seems to me, Clojure as well as any another  language especially does not welcome an exception. By the way, and why such choice for handling of data bulks? Because of Incanter?

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Re: Exception handling in Clojure

Hello, kaa.python, you wrote: KP> Hello, m.aksenov, you wrote: KP> Vsmysle to intercept and suppose in queue? Well, yes, it like in any language where is exceptions it is possible... And what for? I did not catch idea, similar. We admit at us there is an artful application with UI on Clojurescipt. As a matter of fact exceptions in such applications are quite regular situation, and well to process as one more message in system. I often do the same for  because so it is possible to trace accurately the order of origin of errors in multi-threaded applications. KP> it seems to me, Clojure as well as any another  language especially does not welcome an exception. By the way, and why such choice for handling of data bulks? Because of Incanter? Not only. At  there is a row of good properties: 1) Short and expressiveness. 2) qualified and friendly  (for example, on http://clojurians.slack.com/). 3) Fair and transparent  with a platform that allows to me to use easily a coach adequately working  libraries for data handling - seismicity, cartography. I with horror recall till now day when tried to work with  on Python. Let the problem was in a curve open-source to library as ArcGIS at hand was not, but  remained. 4) productivity as work, and the code.  not too strongly lags behind from pure  on speed (on the average percent on 10), but thus gives a good gain in labor productivity and reduction of an amount of errors because of short. Well and very subjective factor - in our command clojure love everything, because it cool