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False. In LISP and Scheme, #f is the printable value for falsehood. Its opposite is #t. For truth tests, some implementations will also evaluate '(), , and nil as false, but this is not defined to be always the case.

In an implementation where nil is equal to #f, #f is often the printed value of an empty list.

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