Code that can be done in Lisp but not (easily) in other languages?
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What are the parts that make up a macro system (another beginner question)?
Is Hy a good way to get into Lisp?
So I guess I'm rolling my own here?
Can lisp be used for automation?
I'll modify it to read bytes from the alien pointer?
Why emacs lisp haven't become a general purpose language?
Which programing language is worth learning?
Why is quicklisp still in beta when it's been around for ages?
Is this concept legal in SBCL?
Editors for lisp newbies in 2020?
And it's well known that Emacs can do everything, including viewing images, so why not use that?
What would you change about lisp?
Probably this facility is also covered by more popular utility library?
Has anyone read Concrete Abstractions?
Maybe I should try to take a break from programming in general?
What is image based programming?
Is LISP strictly more powerful than other languages nowadays?
When this can be useful?
The questions are: How are they different?
What do they say about the code that is executed?