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Lisp

Lisp is a family of general purpose programming languages, influenced by the lambda calculus, and with the ability to manipulate source code as a data structure.

Smalltalk

Smalltalk is one of the oldest object-oriented programming languages

Others

Quality Example
More fine-grained

"Smalltalk methods tend to be more fine-grained than lisp functions so that may be a good place to begin"

from question "Programming language for self-modifying code?"

Lesser extent

"Common lisp is an image base language although usually to a lesser extent than smalltalk"

from question "How to make and use library with lisp (clisp)?"

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