📝Common Lisp is a practical lisp

Common Lisp is a very practical dialect of Lisp. It emerged as a standardization of features of multiple existing Lisp implementation that were used to deliver working software. Comparing to Scheme, it is much larger but that’s because it includes many more language features and an extensive standard library.

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  • Guile seems to be practical as well

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