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    In particular, I really like the examples of static typing and algebraic data type definitions.

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      You might also like the Hackett submissions we’ve had here. They’re like the high end of doing something like this.

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        It turns out that the static typing example works with ECL, CCL and SBCL, as far as I’ve tested. Does this mean that “Common Lisp is not statically typed” is a common misconception, and that it would be more accurate to say “Common Lisp has optional static typing”?

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          Common Lisp is strongly, dynamically typed.

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            Indeed, but the linked article explains how to do static typing as well.