Muq muf provides operators to construct and traverse Lisp-style lists constructed of pointer-pairs, but does not provide the syntactic convenience Lisp does for entering them, nor are they as central to normal muf coding style as they are to Lisp.
As in Lisp,
nil represents the empty list, while
non-empty lists are constructed of cons cells, each
containing two pointers.
Muq cons cells are subject to side-effects, hence are compared by address, not by contents.
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