Lisp's cond macro is very nice in small functions, but I've seen Lisp function reaching the size of a page (and many have a big cond as their main bulk), it's very hard to follow their logic. I'm starting to think that though if/elsif/else adds a lot of syntax, it's in fact simpler to understand.
Switches are simpler to follow than conds, because they talk about a single variable, not arbitrary conditions.
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