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What would it take to write scripts in Clojure (and run them on a terminal) the way we write them in Python, Ruby or Groovy? To pipe scripts together to accomplish bigger tasks? What would it take to throw in argument handling and transitive dependency management capabilities to such scripts? This post attempts to answer some of these questions while illustrating how to use the Leiningen plugin lein-exec to write Clojure scripts.

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