For the darts exercise, I want to use `dist =: hypot x y`

In Clojure I’d use

`(Math/hypot x y)`

for java.lang.Math.hypot, or`(require '[clojure.math :as math])`

and`(math/hypot x y)`

How do I do that in yamlscript.

For the darts exercise, I want to use `dist =: hypot x y`

In Clojure I’d use

`(Math/hypot x y)`

for java.lang.Math.hypot, or`(require '[clojure.math :as math])`

and`(math/hypot x y)`

How do I do that in yamlscript.

`math/hypot(x y)`

is what I did

Ah.

I see this also works

```
defn score(x y):
dist =:
math/hypot: x y
# ...
```

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Other variants:

```
dist =: math/hypot(x y)
dist =: x.math/hypot(y)
dist =: y.math/hypot(x _)
dist =:
y.math/hypot x: y
dist =:
y.math/hypot _ y: x
dist =:
? y.math/hypot
: x y
```

none of them are better, but just showing TMTOWTDI YS flexibility…

YS has the most common namespaces available without needing to require them: `math`

, `str`

, `fs`

, `io`

etc.

Also the most common Java classes are imported.

You also could have done `Math/hypot(x y)`

(`Math`

as Java class rather than `math`

as Clojure ns)

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