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2 points by hjek 15 days ago | link | parent

Racket has very extensive documentation and clear error messages, so Racket is a great for learning (and other of programs -- I'm writing a printer driver in Racket). Arc runs on Racket and has Racket interop.

If you want to write JavaScript with Lisp syntax, then you may like ESLisp, https://github.com/anko/eslisp

Clojure is also good for writing Java programs, and Rich Hickey's talks are fun, https://www.infoq.com/presentations/Simple-Made-Easy