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### 22.3.3 Accessing and Modifying Vector Contents

`vector-length` and `vector-ref` return information about a given vector, respectively its size and the elements that are contained in the vector.

Scheme Procedure: vector-length vector
C Function: scm_vector_length vector
Return the number of elements in vector as an exact integer.

Scheme Procedure: vector-ref vector k
C Function: scm_vector_ref vector k
Return the contents of position k of vector. k must be a valid index of vector.
 ```(vector-ref '#(1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21) 5) => 8 (vector-ref '#(1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21) (let ((i (round (* 2 (acos -1))))) (if (inexact? i) (inexact->exact i) i))) => 13 ```

A vector created by one of the dynamic vector constructor procedures (see section 22.3.2 Dynamic Vector Creation and Validation) can be modified using the following procedures.

NOTE: According to R5RS, it is an error to use any of these procedures on a literally read vector, because such vectors should be considered as constants. Currently, however, Guile does not detect this error.

Scheme Procedure: vector-set! vector k obj
C Function: scm_vector_set_x vector k obj
Store obj in position k of vector. k must be a valid index of vector. The value returned by `vector-set!' is unspecified.
 ```(let ((vec (vector 0 '(2 2 2 2) "Anna"))) (vector-set! vec 1 '("Sue" "Sue")) vec) => #(0 ("Sue" "Sue") "Anna") ```

Scheme Procedure: vector-fill! v fill
C Function: scm_vector_fill_x (v, fill)
Store fill in every position of vector. The value returned by `vector-fill!` is unspecified.

Scheme Procedure: vector-move-left! vec1 start1 end1 vec2 start2
C Function: scm_vector_move_left_x (vec1, start1, end1, vec2, start2)
Copy elements from vec1, positions start1 to end1, to vec2 starting at position start2. start1 and start2 are inclusive indices; end1 is exclusive.

`vector-move-left!` copies elements in leftmost order. Therefore, in the case where vec1 and vec2 refer to the same vector, `vector-move-left!` is usually appropriate when start1 is greater than start2.

Scheme Procedure: vector-move-right! vec1 start1 end1 vec2 start2
C Function: scm_vector_move_right_x (vec1, start1, end1, vec2, start2)
Copy elements from vec1, positions start1 to end1, to vec2 starting at position start2. start1 and start2 are inclusive indices; end1 is exclusive.

`vector-move-right!` copies elements in rightmost order. Therefore, in the case where vec1 and vec2 refer to the same vector, `vector-move-right!` is usually appropriate when start1 is less than start2.

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