LISP in small pieces. Christian Queinnec, Kathleen Callaway
ISBN: 0521562473,9780521562478 | 526 pages | 14 Mb
LISP in small pieces Christian Queinnec, Kathleen Callaway
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
But I definitely wouldn't say that its standard has been written with optimization in mind. But one, day I found a nice small piece of lisp which allow me simplify the process. Get Queinnec's "Lisp in Small Pieces". For some reason, amazon.ca has Lisp in Small Pieces by Christian Queinnec for CDN$3.95. I doubt I would agree to shell out the $80 it costs had I not had the RAC money in PayPal already. See “Lisp in Small Pieces” or “Implementing Elliptic Curve Cryptography” for real literate programs as books. Scheme is probably easier to implement than CL, because it is much, much smaller. (I hope to understand "Lisp in Small Pieces" someday. The following code snipped from the REPL prompt We're glossing over a few details here, but if you have a little experience working with Lisp then you should have a pretty good idea of how to implement the above. It was written by someone who knows his stuff and knows how to teach it. I am actually selling these items so I can pay Dreamhost for another year of hosting, so it's for a good cause. Today I made the first order – “Lisp in Small Pieces” – it's just the kind of book to buy as a special present to myself. Writing a recursive function to perform that calculation is pretty straight forward, and once we put all of these pieces together in our create-world routine, we have a working proof of concept. My faithful readers, will get to see them first. I have developed what I call the “Hawaii” test for a good literate program. A guy I know ordered it and he reports it's a full, normal copy. One of my New Year's goals is to re-read Lisp in Small Pieces and implement all 11 interpreters and 2 compilers. The book is just under 500 pages of bootstrap.
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