wu-sugar is a small Common Lisp utility library to cut down on keystrokes. It might be similar in spirit to Alexandria, but is very minimalist.
The following functions are defined: * hash: creates a hash table, analogous to
list * str: like (concatenate 'string ...), but accepts non-string arguments * join: concatenates strings, joining them by a separator character * split: splits a string (e.g. a comma-separated string) * starts-with-p: tests if a sequence begins with a particular subsequence * ends-with-p: tests if a sequence ends with a particular subsequence * file-to-string: reads a file's contents into a string * string-to-file: writes a string's contents into a file * format-universal-time-iso: a format function to print iso/rfc dates * universal-time-to-iso: returns an iso/rfc formatted date string
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