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common lisp cons creates a list from two symbols, clojure cons requires a seq to cons onto?
by kaktos in Programming Languages

(Disclaimer - I'm aware of the significance of Seqs in Clojure)

In common lisp the cons function can be used to combine two symbols into a list:

(def s 'x)
(def l 'y)
(cons s l)

In clojure - you can only cons onto a sequence - cons hasn't been extended to work with two symbols. So you have to write:

(def s 'x)
(def l

Lisp difference between (cons 'a (cons 'b 'c)) and (cons 'a '(b.c))
by Mikebob in Programming Languages

What's the difference between:

(cons 'a (cons 'b 'c)) ;; (A B . C)


(cons 'a '(b.c)) ;; (A B.C)

I need to create the following list ((a.b).c) using cons so i'm trying to understand what that "." represents.

L.E.: I have the following (cons (cons 'a 'b) 'c) but it produces ((A . B) . C)

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