Lisp (historically, LISP) is a computer programming language with a lot of parentheses sprinkled all over the code. There are programmers who love Lisp, which originally stands for “LISt Processor”, but many find it hard to read due to its fully parenthesized prefix notation. Thus, Lisp is among others also referred to as “Lots of Irritating Superfluous Parentheses”.
This design for programmers with a sense of humor consists of the uppercase words “LOTS OF IRRITATING SUPERFLUOUS PARENTHESES” printed in a medium gray, monospace font below each other on 4 lines with the initials L, I, S, P printed in white.
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Design published: by Ramiro Gómez
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