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Technologies > Server-side Languages > Lisp

Usage statistics and market share of Lisp for websites

This report shows the usage statistics and market share data of Lisp on the web. See technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys. Our reports are updated daily.

Lisp is used by less than 0.1% of all the websites whose server-side programming language we know.


Historical trend

This diagram shows the historical trend in the percentage of websites using Lisp.
Our dedicated trend survey shows more server-side languages usage and market share trends.Historical trends in the usage of Lisp

Market position

This diagram shows the market position of Lisp in terms of popularity and traffic compared to the most popular server-side programming languages.
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Market position of Lisp

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Lisp
Category: Server-side Programming Languages
Lisp is a programming languages with a fully parenthesized Polish prefix notation originally designed by John McCarthy.

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