Lisp lore : a guide to programming the Lisp machine / by Hank Bromley Bromley, Hank

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Bromley, Hank
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LISP (Computer program language); Algebra - Data processing.; Algebra_xData processing.
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1 Getting Started on the Lisp Machine.- 2 What's a Flavor?.- 3 More on Navigating the Lisp Machine.- 4 Flow of Control.- 5 The Graph Example.- 6 Streams and Files.- 7 The Tree Example.- 8 Random Useful Topics: Resources & Systems.- 9 Signaling and Handling Conditions.- 10 The Moving Icons Example.- 11 More Advanced Use of the Editor.- 12 A Quick Look at "The Network".- Appendix: Basic Zmacs Commands.
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