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TIL: Function designators in Common Lisp:
(funcall ‘foo 0)
(funcall #‘foo 0)

Both work, however, if there is a function named FOO in the lexical environment (i.e. via FLET/LABELS), #’ (= FUNCTION) will use that while ‘ (= QUOTE) will always ignore the lexical environment.

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