is for the list object in Lisp programming. A list represents a sequence of zero or more elements. Emacs Lisp relies extensively on the list data structure; it is a fundamental building block. Emacs provides many facilities for building, modifying, extending, and efficiently handling list data structures.

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Emacs provides additional functions for using lists as sets.

Emacs Lisp extends the basic structure to more complex , such as .

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