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Maclisp is a dialect of Lisp developed at MIT in 1966. It added many features that we take for granted in Lisp today: functions with variable numbers of arguments, macros, arrays, and non-local dynamic exits. It was influential on the development of EmacsLisp, Scheme, ZetaLisp and CommonLisp. The first Scheme interpreter and the first Emacs with Lisp facilities (see MulticsEmacs) were written in MacLisp.