456 results found for lisp #'
enlighten a beginner about the difference? Tags: lisp It is different in various Lisp dialects. The following uses Common Lisp: First #' is a short notation
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/908427/why-use-with-lambda
Why #' is used before lambda in Common Lisp? Why #' is used before lambda in Common Lisp? I would like to know why most Common Lisp code I see has
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-used-before-lambda-in-common-lisp
What's the difference between ' and #' in Lisp? What's the difference between ' and #' in Lisp? It seems both (mapcar 'car '((foo bar) (foo1 bar1)))
http://stackoverflow.com/question...the-difference-between-and-in-lisp
What does # mean in LISP What does # mean in LISP For example, #'functionname , is it necessary? Tags: lisp #'functioname in Common Lisp Common Lisp
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4873810/what-does-mean-in-lisp
call-interactively(eval-last-sexp) How can I make it work in Emacs lisp? Tags: lisp elisp This style of programming does not work in plain Emacs Lisp. Emacs Lisp uses dynamic binding
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-as-parameters-and-as-return-value
Just because you CAN use recursion in Lisp, doesn't mean it's the "Lisp Way". There are several mechanisms for doing this in Lisp (as seen elsewhere
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/46425/lisp-list-iteration
#'and (get-some-list)) This is the best I've come up with: [11]> (defun my-and (x y) (and x y)) MY-AND [12]> (reduce #'my-and '(T T T T T)) T [13]>
http://stackoverflow.com/question...t-of-boolean-values-in-common-lisp
in the Lisp community. It is usually referred to as the Lisp-1 vs. Lisp-2 debate. Lisp-1 refers to Scheme's model and Lisp-2 refers to Common Lisp's
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ables-in-common-lisp-versus-scheme
day on lisp, so it might be a stupid question ;) and BTW I'm using Lispworks 6.0 personal version.) Tags: lisp common-lisp It might be useful if you
http://stackoverflow.com/question...e-a-function-as-a-variable-in-lisp
How do Lisp (Clojure) and Tcl compare in terms of abstraction and metaprogramming abilities? How do Lisp (Clojure) and Tcl compare in terms of
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-of-abstraction-and-metaprogrammin