How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Learning with Python

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Biolateral, 2002 - Computer programming - 274 pages
Here you'll find a short introduction to Logo as a general purpose programming language, as opposed to its limited educational use with turtle graphics. Logo is a simplified dialect of Lisp and retains much of the power of Lisp. It is thus suitable for such advanced projects such as artificial intelligence programming.

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