The Common Lisp companion

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Wiley, 1990 - Computers - 459 pages
A self-contained, intermediate-level introduction to the structure and syntax of Common Lisp, this text is the first based on the draft ANSI standard for Common Lisp. Presents the concepts of object-oriented programming and incorporates the Common Lisp Object-Oriented Systems (CLOS) of the new ANSI standard. Includes end-of-section exercises. The end-of-chapter problems are answered at the back of the book.

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION
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CHAPTER TWO THE RULE OF THREE
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CHAPTER THREE FORMS AND FUNCTIONS
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