Lisp Primer (Colin Allen, et al)

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Lisp Primer (Colin Allen, et al)

This article was created to give both seasoned and inexperienced programmers a brief introduction to Common Lisp's fundamental components.

It is not meant to be an exhaustive description of the language because, in our experience, most Lisp programmers may refer to Guy L. Steele, Jr.'s Common LISP - The Language, 2nd Edition after only a brief introduction.

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(2001); Rochester Institute of Technology (2001)
226 pages
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