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> What is the definition of a real lisp?

Something that makes people fight over whether Scheme is a real lisp. Something that makes people fight over whether Dylan is a real lisp.

In short, there really isn't one. Unless you say that all real lisps adhere to the Common Lisp standard, which isn't, actually, a common position to find anyone taking in real life.




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