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Cdr

Cdr (/ˈkʌdər/ or /ˈkʊdər/) is primitive operation on cons cells (or "non-atomic S-expressions") introduced in the Lisp programming language.

Cons

The fundamental operation for constructing data in LISP

Others

Quality Example
Simpler

"As a practical matter a cons is simpler than a list so you can get the value with a straight cdr rather than the conceptually more complex cadr the car of the cdr"

from question "What is this emacs configuration doing?"

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