@tpfto That's interesting. One of the arguments for Lisp (which I am *not* advocating) is that it helps expand how you think about computation, and that then improves your ability to program in other languages. The claim is that your ability to program in general is improved, and then you are more effective in whatever language you use subsequently.
Not sure I believe it, but it's an interesting argument. Certainly the language I'm learning now might do something similar.
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