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6.7.3.1 Read Syntax for Vectors

Vectors can literally be entered in source code, just like strings, characters or some of the other data types. The read syntax for vectors is as follows: A sharp sign (#), followed by an opening parentheses, all elements of the vector in their respective read syntax, and finally a closing parentheses. The following are examples of the read syntax for vectors; where the first vector only contains numbers and the second three different object types: a string, a symbol and a number in hexadecimal notation.

#(1 2 3)
#("Hello" foo #xdeadbeef)

Like lists, vectors have to be quoted:

'#(a b c) ⇒ #(a b c)

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