Which language to choose (F#, or Lisp)?

My primary language is C, I love and respect. But to sit on one and I can not for the sake of overall development, I decided to study some a second. Chose the exotic, lisp and f#, but can't decide which one, maybe someone experience was, tell?
April 4th 20 at 00:47
2 answers
April 4th 20 at 00:49
If this is not troling then F#
Why? - Jodie_Sanford72 commented on April 4th 20 at 00:52
@Jodie_Sanford72, More relevant, more sugar, the best IDE in demand - pete_Abshire commented on April 4th 20 at 00:55
April 4th 20 at 00:51
Feel free to choose F#. Benefits at a glance:

1. It is not exotic (Yes, it really used).

2. Friendly community, including Russian-speaking:

3. F# language from the family of dotnet. This platform, despite its popularity, opens new horizons with a smooth transition to .NET Core.

4. F# the best choice for those who are just starting their journey on the road of the functional paradigm. One of the reasons is that F# is not purely functional, but primarily functional. Thus having mastered the basic features of F#, you will be much easier to understand the code in Haskell or Erlang.

Now the disadvantages:

1. Acquainted with F#, you probably will not want to use anything else. Yes, it is so good.

2. Not all F# constructs are operatively supported. You will face the necessity to write idiomatic F# code to work with UWP or Xamarin.Forms.

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