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    I spent a while in this space. My critique from 3 years ago.

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      Even on the readability front alone, I don’t see this as much of an improvement.

      Losing homoiconicity on top of that … well, there’s a reason all lisps look the way they do. :)

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          Indeed. My attraction to lisp is due entirely to syntax derived from the exclusive use of prefix expressions. For that, I’m willing to put up with a lot, including the lack of types.