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Lisp is a (family of) general purpose functional programming language(s), based on the lambda calculus, and with the ability to manipulate source code as a data structure.

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with these boxes that you simply forget they exist. My experience with lisp (Scheme) was completely negative. Not only did the language lack these intelligent, simple tools, it felt as dangerously … not faster), significantly more terse, and much more safe. But Haskell's safety never gets in the way. TL;TR Haskell is a breath of fresh air, and Lisp is a slightly more functional Ruby. …
answered Apr 21 '15 by Nate Symer