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Le Lisp

Le Lisp is a dialect of the Lisp programming language created in the 1980s at Stanford University. It is designed for symbolic data manipulation and used primarily for research and educational purposes. Le Lisp includes advanced features, such as incremental garbage collection and an object-oriented system that predated CLOS (Common Lisp Object System). The language also incorporates macros, which allow the developer to extend the syntax of the language, letting it create custom control structures or domain-specific languages. Since its introduction, Le Lisp has influenced other implementations by showcasing concepts like garbage collection strategies and object systems.

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