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Re: What if Lisp was invented by the Japanese?

In RPN, you can omit the parens even with optional arguments; all that needs to happen is that the procedures consume and produce the appropriate number of symbols from the stack.

Parens merely help enable code validation; they're not required for your code to work.


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