Note to common lispers:

A lot of confusion can be avoided if you take or and leave for the lisp family discussions like # on freenode.

Thinking about this thing ( which seems to be C with an additional theorem prover language. It's a very cool idea for a very specific low-level use case.

But... what if a with a prover? Hmm...

As a programmer, I can't help but wince every time someone mentions "the lambda calculus."

If you are interested in , this lovely little paper will get you started making a bare-bones -to-x86 compiler incrementally. I worked through it using Common and it was amazing.

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