Successful Lisp: How to Understand and Use Common Lisp (David B. Lamkins)

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Successful Lisp: How to Understand and Use Common Lisp (David B. Lamkins)

The professional programmer was the target audience for this book. The ANSI Common Lisp standard is introduced in a hands-on manner.

An in-depth analysis of Common Lisp programming paradigms is provided via samples of actual working code. The author David B. Lamkins discusses why this programming language is the most potent industrial-strength tool now available for the production of complex software.

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About the Authors
David Lamkins was raised in Massachusetts and New York before being born in Watervliet, New York. As soon as he could grasp a screwdriver, he began disassembling objects, but it wasn't until he was twelve years old that he began putting them back together.
Published Date / Year
(December 8, 2004)
360 pages
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