Common LISP: a gentle introduction to symbolic computation

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Benjamin/Cummings Pub., 1990 - Computers - 442 pages
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A highly accessible introduction to LISP, this is for inexperienced programmers and programmers new to LISP. A LISP "toolkit" in each chapter explains how to use Common LISP programming and debugging tools such as DESCRIBE, INSPECT, TRACE and STEP.

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User Review  - Kyle The Hacker - Goodreads

This was the first book I started learning Common Lisp from, but suffers from not having many practical applications for the language. Read full review

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"A Gentle Introduction..." is an important foundational text, introducing themes like functional programming, recursion, and symbols. While the topics it covers are often quite basic, everyone must ... Read full review

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Functions and Data
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Lists
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Advanced Topics
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