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etc. -- but that's beside the point). @Mehrdad: that's the syntax of s-expressions - not Lisp. @Rainer: Er, what? Then what's the syntax of Lisp?
http://stackoverflow.com/question...at-allow-for-syntactic-abstraction
from the different usages of the term "symbol" in Common Lisp and in Clojure. In Common Lisp, a "symbol" is a location in memory, a place where data can
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2320348/symbols-in-clojure
(equal '(a b) (strip-tail '(a b)))) It's arguably clear, but I'm not convinced. Is there a more lispy way to do it? Tags: coding-style lisp code-review
http://stackoverflow.com/question...p-trailing-nils-from-a-list-review
How to write a recursive macro call on a &REST parameter in Lisp? How to write a recursive macro call on a &REST parameter in Lisp? I've been writing
http://stackoverflow.com/question...o-call-on-a-rest-parameter-in-lisp
Generating a quiz in Common Lisp? Generating a quiz in Common Lisp? I want to teach myself Spanish and Lisp. I've got several word lists like the
http://stackoverflow.com/question...7/generating-a-quiz-in-common-lisp
Generating a quiz in Emacs Lisp? Generating a quiz in Emacs Lisp? Forgive the "duplicate" question. I'd like to see this solved in Emacs Lisp too,
http://stackoverflow.com/question...86/generating-a-quiz-in-emacs-lisp
How do I disable warnings in lisp (sbcl) How do I disable warnings in lisp (sbcl) How do I disable all warnings in sbcl ? The extra output is rather
http://stackoverflow.com/question...do-i-disable-warnings-in-lisp-sbcl
How do I memoize a recursive function in Lisp? How do I memoize a recursive function in Lisp? I'm a Lisp beginner. I'm trying to memoize a recursive
http://stackoverflow.com/question...moize-a-recursive-function-in-lisp
Equivalence Classes LISP Equivalence Classes LISP I need to write a program for equivalence classes and get this outputs... (equiv '((a b) (a c) (d
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2758963/equivalence-classes-lisp
be reduced from two to one. It can be done in C++ by reusing the iterator, but not sure how this would be done in Lisp. Any ideas? Tags: lisp
http://stackoverflow.com/question...se-a-gethash-lookup-in-common-lisp