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    I’m always happy to see Racket going forward. It’s the best language (I know of) for learning about languages, especially with How to Design Programs. I write Clojure at $dayjob but find Racket more enjoyable and cleaner as a Lisp.

    AFAICT Racket is a reasonable choice for real-world applications, but it’s not very commonly used. Common Lisp is more common (no pun intended) though still rare. (Anyone else hate how no pun intended is always a lie?)

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      Oh, I’m cons-tantly making lisp puns.

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        ☝️ Yes, officer, this is the criminal right here.

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          criminal? cdo?

          explain!

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            Perhaps you meant to say: “Yes, cons-table…”