Fuzuli has a syntax similar to Lisp but it is not intended to be an other Lisp clone. It has got several properties inhereted from Algol family and others. For example; syntax of while and foreach statements were directly derived from C++ and R, respectively. Some string manipulation functions share the same names and definitions from Visual Basic. Math and IO libraries are like C++ standard library and MySql library uses libmysql directly.
So, any programmer from any languages are just ready to test and use Fuzuli. It's neither a Lisp nor an Algol but it is a combination of what we have ever used.
(require "/usr/lib/fuzuli/nfl/math.nfl") (function euclidean (params x y) (block (def dist FLOAT)(let dist 0.0) (def i INTEGER) (for (let i 0) (< i (length x)) (inc i) (let dist (+ dist (pow (- (nth x i) (nth y i)) 2))) ) (return dist) ) ) (def x LIST) (def y LIST) (let x (list 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10)) (let y (list 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11)) (let dist (euclidean x y)) (print dist "\n")