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And I don't understand why. Lisp is known to be versatile, and people tend to do all kinds of amazing things with it. See Coalton for instance. Everyone still thinks Lisp is a language to create languages, right? Well, creating a language may involve enforcing all kinds of verification, and that's awesome. Starting from a very simple language, evolving into something that better fits whatever you're trying to do. That's exactly how Lisp is advertised and I intend to live the dream. :)
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