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2 points by hjek 280 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,

Clojure is also good for writing Java programs, and Rich Hickey's talks are fun,