@yogthos that's just bad code.
I used to be super annoyed not having lisp-like macros, but the obsession with s-expressions escapes me.
... It's gunna be a tree regardless how you write it. Might aswel use whitespace(like Python) and infix notation, it's perfectly understandable and looks better...
I also do not understand people wanting static typing by the way. It only stops really shallow bugs as far as i can see.
@yogthos @jasper Big fan of Forth here, but I definitely want to get more involved with Lisp eventually as well. Common Lisp in particular, mainly because it is the common benchmark against which other languages are referenced against. I did play around with Shen Lisp for some time, and really enjoyed the experience.
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