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Generally, "GA friendliness" requires one thing: error proof transposability. You should be able to shuffle and mix any number of forms to produce a new form that is guaranteed to be valid. Historically, Lisp with its tree-like code has been used for this. Tree-syntaxes have one major problem; they are a poor fit for modeling a process over time. A "process over time" is just a list of sequential instructions. As a hobby Lisper, it feels wrong saying that Lisp is not the best option for a processing a list, but there is something better: concatenative languages.

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