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#### digitclj/s

``(digit n)``

Returns a digit (0-9, A-Z) for a value. Max base is 36. Returns nil for values outside of range.

```Returns a digit (0-9, A-Z) for a value. Max base is 36. Returns nil for
values outside of range.```
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#### digit-stringclj/s

``(digit-string n)``
``(digit-string n base)``
``(digit-string n base min-digits)``
``(digit-string n base min-digits digit-fn)``

Returns a string with the digits for n by calling `digits` and doing a clojure.string/join on the resulting digits. See `digits` for more details about the arguments.

```Returns a string with the digits for n by calling `digits` and doing a
clojure.string/join on the resulting digits. See `digits` for more details about
the arguments.```
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#### digit-valueclj/s

``(digit-value digit)``

Returns the value for a digit (0-9, A-Z). Max base is 36. Returns nil for values outside of range.

```Returns the value for a digit (0-9, A-Z). Max base is 36. Returns nil for
values outside of range.```
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#### digitsclj/s

``(digits n)``
``(digits n base)``
``(digits n base min-digits)``
``(digits n base min-digits digit-fn)``

Returns a seq of digits for a (positive) decimal int. Arguments are:

n - the decimal representation of the digit, for example 0 for \0, 16 for \F

base - the numeric base, defaults to 10.

min-digits - the minimum number of digits needed, defaults to 1.

digit-fn - a function that takes an int and returns a digit. The default implementation is the `digit` function in this namespace. If you have the need for other digits, you can provide your own function, which doesn not have to returns chars. If you provide the identity function, you will get back the numerical value for each digit.

```Returns a seq of digits for a (positive) decimal int. Arguments are:

n - the decimal representation of the digit, for example
0 for \0, 16 for \F

base - the numeric base, defaults to 10.

min-digits - the minimum number of digits needed, defaults to 1.

digit-fn - a function that takes an int and returns a digit. The default
implementation is the `digit` function in this namespace.
If you have the need for other digits, you can provide your own
function, which doesn not have to returns chars. If you provide
the identity function, you will get back the numerical value for
each digit.```
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#### valueclj/s

``(value digits)``
``(value digits base)``
``(value digits base digit-value-fn)``

Returns the value for a string or seq of digits. base defaults to 10 and digit-value-fn defaults to `digit-value`

```Returns the value for a string or seq of digits.
base defaults to 10 and digit-value-fn defaults to `digit-value````
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