The less-familiar parts of Lisp for beginners — make-package

Continuing with Lisp features the newcomer to the language might not have encountered is make-package.  This is a function that is rarely called for, other than in its use in the implementation of the defpackage macro.  You should use defpackage whenever that is appropriate.  The make-package function is useful in defining new packages programmatically at run time, as opposed to the more common case of declaring and defining packages in the source code.

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