Is implicit indexing not breaking LISP syntax rules?

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Is implicit indexing not breaking LISP syntax rules?

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On the contrary, implicit indexing is a logical extension of the LISP syntax. When evaluating s-expressions, the first element is applied as a function to the rest elements in the expression serving as function arguments. Implicit indexing is merely looking at members of number, string and list data types as special indexing operators.

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On the contrary, implicit indexing is a logical extension of the LISP syntax. When evaluating s-expressions, the first element is applied as a function to the rest elements in the expression serving as function arguments. Implicit indexing is merely looking at members of number, string and list data types as special indexing operators when in the first position of an s-expression.

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