• (fzprint-hang-remaining caller options hindent findent zloc fn-style)
    • (fzprint-hang-remaining caller {:keys [dbg? width] {:keys [hang? constant-pair? constant-pair-min hang-avoid hang-expand hang-diff nl-separator?]} caller :as options} hindent findent zloc fn-style zloc-count)
    zloc is already down inside a collection, it is not the collection
      itself. Operate on what is to the right of zloc.  We already know
      that the given zloc won't fit on the current line. [Besides, we
      ensure that if there are two things remaining anyway. ???] So
      now, try hanging and see if that is better than flow.  Unless
      :hang? is nil, in which case we will just flow.  hindent is
      hang-indent, and findent is flow-indent. This should never be
      called with :one-line because this is only called from fzprint-list*
      after the one-line processing is done. If the hindent equals the
      flow indent, then just do flow.  Do only zloc-count non-whitespace
      elements of zloc.

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