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3 points by tokipin 4376 days ago | link | parent

note aand works similarly, with the exception that it shorts on nil:

1 point by icemaze 4375 days ago | link

Wow, that's true! I don't use aand much so I didn't notice. Shorting on nil can definitely be a problem because sometimes you want to do something different; it's not very readable since "aand" suggests a boolean result; finally, my macro could be modified in different ways that diverge from the usual aand semantics (like having a special form to break from the pipeline).

Thanks for the comment.