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  • What is the first functional programming language?


Lisp is a multi-paradigm language, depending on the dialect. Common Lisp, for example, supports both imperative programming and OOP, but is not really functional.


By the way, it is said that programming languages implement many paradigms to different extent.

And the winner multi-paradigm language seems to be Wolfram!


As I didn't say it's PURELY FUNCTIONAL, it's still functional.

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