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'RACKET' Programming Language. Say-what!?

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Yes, let's not forget that Lisp and later Scheme are both MIT work and not surprinsingly they were (Scheme still I think?) used there to teach programming.

AFAIK, Racket itself is from Rice university initially, and of course is a strong descendent of the two above.

Yes all those are initially teaching/academic work.

Just a note of clarification: I was referring to those languages proper.

As janoc clearly described, there are many Lisp derivatives in commercial use today (I would argue, not widespread as a whole, however, compared to other languages.)


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