you've uncovered me.
> Common Lisp is only one of a number of Lisps,
Common Lisp is the "stop-this-desaster-you-stubborn-kids-lisp"
LISP dialects unified.
> though more popular than most. Scheme may or may not be a Lisp
> (it is a call-by-value impure untyped/unitype functional language
> with s-expression syntax, macro systems, a special top-level
> environment, and letrec),
funny things all this.
> but it derives directly from Lisp,
> was invented in large part by the creator of Common Lisp,
who is that?
> and is generally considered a Lisp.
Scheme is simply redundant.
It should be a subset of ANSI Common Lisp.