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There is one part of Lisp which is not transported by looking at code. Lisp makes code data and allows code to transform other code. So what you see might either be the process of some transformation or it might be transformed before it is run. What you see is not necessarily what executes. Also the interactive process during development, its tools, its working with code is not easy to understand by 'looking' at code.



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