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Learning Lisp Fast - Part 3

(Source and copyright: Sean Luke - George Mason University, cs.gmu.edu/~sean/lisp/LispTutorial3.html)

Learning Lisp Fast - Part 2

(Source and copyright: Sean Luke - George Mason University, cs.gmu.edu/~sean/lisp/LispTutorial2.html)

Learning Lisp Fast - Part 1

(Source and copyright: Sean Luke - George Mason University, cs.gmu.edu/~sean/lisp/LispTutorial.html)

The Ackermann Function in LISP

The Ackermann function is a killer: It looks very simple, yet it plays a major
role in computer science and computational complexity theory. This is its
definition.


(Source and copyright: kosara.net/thoughts/ackermann.html)

A Hacker's Introduction to Partial Evaluation

In most other programming languages, new abstractions are built by writing code on /top/ of existing abstractions. But in lisp, its possible to build new abstractions by writing code *beneath* existing code.


(Source and copyright: cybertiggyr.com/gene/peval/peval.cgi)

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