Surprise! I tricked you (😆). There is no operator precedence in Clojure because there are no operators - only functions and arguments.
All functions evaluate left to right and inside out. Function first, then args.
(/ 1 2) (/ 500 20) (= "foo" "bar") (not true)
Ok, that seems trivial. How about something more complicated?
(defn leap-year? [year] (or (and (= (rem year 4) 0) (> (rem year 100) 0)) (= (rem year 400) 0)))
I'm telling you this is such an underrated feature of using Clojure. I can focus on memorizing the important stuff - not horrendously lengthy precedence tables such as this:
3 > 2 && 2 > 1
Apparently, it returns