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re: Why do all the dynamic languages catch name errors by default? VIEW POST

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Clojure doesn't, but then again the "interpreter"/compiler will simply refuse to parse your code if it contains unknown identifiers. So in that case it simply isn't a runtime error.

 

Then again, Clojure is a Lisp family member. Lisp will never fail, Lisp will never die.

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