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parse-string

(parse-string s)
(parse-string s opts)

Parses first EDN value from string.

Supported parsing options:

:deref: parse forms starting with @. If true, the resulting expression will be parsed as (deref expr).

:fn: parse function literals (#(inc %)). If true, will be parsed as (fn [%1] (inc %)).

:quote: parse quoted expression 'foo. If true, will be parsed as (quote foo).

:read-eval: parse read-eval (=(+ 1 2 3)). If true, the resulting expression will be parsed as (read-eval (+ 1 2 3)).

:regex: parse regex literals (#"foo"). If true, defaults to re-pattern.

:syntax-quote: parse syntax-quote ((+ 1 2 3)). If true, the resulting expression will be parsed as (syntax-quote (+ 1 2 3)).

:unquote: parse syntax-unquote (~(+ 1 2 3)). If true, the resulting expression will be parsed as (unquote (+ 1 2 3)).

:unquote-splicing: parse syntax-unquote-splicing (~@[1 2 3]). If true, the resulting expression will be parsed as (unquote-splicing [1 2 3]).

:var: parse var literals (#'foo). If true, the resulting expression will be parsed as (var foo).

:all: when true, the above options will be set to true unless explicitly provided.

Supported options for processing reader conditionals:

:read-cond: - :allow to process reader conditionals, or :preserve to keep all branches :features: - persistent set of feature keywords for reader conditionals (e.g. #{:clj}).

Additional arguments to tools.reader may be passed with :tools.reader/opts, like :readers for passing reader tag functions.

Deprecated options:

:dispatch: DEPRECATED by parsing options.

Parses first EDN value from string.

Supported parsing options:

`:deref`: parse forms starting with `@`. If `true`, the resulting
expression will be parsed as `(deref expr)`.

`:fn`: parse function literals (`#(inc %)`). If `true`, will be parsed as `(fn [%1] (inc %))`.

`:quote`: parse quoted expression `'foo`. If `true`, will be parsed as `(quote foo)`.

`:read-eval`: parse read-eval (`=(+ 1 2 3)`). If `true`, the
resulting expression will be parsed as `(read-eval (+ 1 2 3))`.

`:regex`: parse regex literals (`#"foo"`). If `true`, defaults to
`re-pattern`.

`:syntax-quote`: parse syntax-quote (`(+ 1 2 3)`). If `true`, the
resulting expression will be parsed as `(syntax-quote (+ 1 2 3))`.

`:unquote`: parse syntax-unquote (`~(+ 1 2 3)`). If `true`,
the resulting expression will be parsed as `(unquote (+ 1 2
3))`.

`:unquote-splicing`: parse syntax-unquote-splicing (`~@[1 2 3]`). If `true`,
the resulting expression will be parsed as `(unquote-splicing [1 2 3])`.

`:var`: parse var literals (`#'foo`). If `true`, the resulting
expression will be parsed as `(var foo)`.

`:all`: when `true`, the above options will be set to `true` unless
explicitly provided.

Supported options for processing reader conditionals:

`:read-cond`: - `:allow` to process reader conditionals, or
                `:preserve` to keep all branches
`:features`: - persistent set of feature keywords for reader conditionals (e.g. `#{:clj}`).

Additional arguments to tools.reader may be passed with
`:tools.reader/opts`, like `:readers` for passing reader tag functions.

Deprecated options:

`:dispatch`: DEPRECATED by parsing options.

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parse-string-all

(parse-string-all s)
(parse-string-all s opts)

Like parse-string but parses all values from string and returns them in a vector.

Like parse-string but parses all values from string and returns them
in a vector.
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