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Getting the name of a variable as a string

 
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I want to pass a variable to a macro, and concatenate its name to a string. For example, something like (str "tag-" variable). I have several struct-map (e.g. s1, s2) and I'd like to make a string based on the name of the struct-map (e.g "tag-s1", "tag-s2"). Is there a way to do it ?
 
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Variables have some implicit metadata placed on them. One of those is ":name" :
 
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Thanks for sharing
 
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