LISP 1.5 Primer
by Clark Weissman
Publisher: Dickenson Publishing Company 1967
Number of pages: 243
The chapters of this book expose the reader to the LISP formalism and give him an opportunity to acquire the necessary skills for processing symbolic data. Learning these skills is analogous to learning the rules of arithmetic ...
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