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(coerce "abc" 'list) (#\a #\b #\c) CL-USER 88 > (map 'list #'char-code "abc") (97 98 99) Get the Common Lisp Quick Reference . split-string splits string
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5706803/problems-in-lisp
In LISP is it possible to access a function's form? In LISP is it possible to access a function's form? Suppose I define a function globally: (defun
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ossible-to-access-a-functions-form
Lisp - Hill Climbing Lisp - Hill Climbing Ok I have a Lisp implementation of BFS that I am trying to convert to do a hill climbing search. Here is
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5833471/lisp-hill-climbing
More generic lisp code to generate combinations of pairs More generic lisp code to generate combinations of pairs Given this sad thing below, which
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-to-generate-combinations-of-pairs
How to extend emacs lisp mode with indentation changes and color changes How to extend emacs lisp mode with indentation changes and color changes Im
http://stackoverflow.com/question...entation-changes-and-color-changes
isn't `unzip` we know it, Jim. @Dave: If you don't like Lisp, why don't you just ignore questions tagged lisp? That way you don't need to pollute the
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3896015/critique-my-lisp-please
right answer, but your examples would also be simpler as (find-if (complement #'null) my-list). (find-if #'identity list) (not (find-if-not #'null list))
http://stackoverflow.com/question...t-in-a-list-is-null-in-common-lisp
Common Lisp - Using a function as input to another function Common Lisp - Using a function as input to another function Say I have a function that
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ction-as-input-to-another-function
Finding duplicate atoms in possibly nested lists in LISP Finding duplicate atoms in possibly nested lists in LISP I am trying to figure out how to
http://stackoverflow.com/question...s-in-possibly-nested-lists-in-lisp
"hello world~%")) (sb-ext:save-lisp-and-die "hello" :toplevel #'do-it :executable t) This is a working example using CCL: Welcome to Clozure Common Lisp
http://stackoverflow.com/question...uggling-with-common-lisp-libraries