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    (with [binding ctor dtor] & body)

    Evaluate `body` with some resource, which will be automatically 
    cleaned up if there is an error in `body`. `binding` is bound to 
    the expression `ctor`, and `dtor` is a function or callable that is 
    passed the binding. If no destructor (`dtor`) is given, will call 
    :close on the resource.

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# Setup
(spit "poem.txt" "I’ve decided to tackle it\nIt’s going to get done")

# A version of head -n 1, but entirely in Janet
# Note, that because files in Janet support :close as a method
# we don't have to define a dtor. 
# There might be other closing work to do, of course
(with [f (file/open "poem.txt")] (print (:read f :line))) # => "I've decided to tackle it"
(os/shell "echo bar > /tmp/foo")
   (file/open "/tmp/foo")
   (fn [fd] (file/close fd))]
  (file/read file-handle :all))  # => @"bar\n"