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The editor is an important part of a LISP programming environment. In this paper we describe how we have integrated the GNU EMACS editor with ALLEGRO CL (previously known as Extended COMMON LISP). Parts of the interface between ALLEGRO CL and GNU EMACS can be used with any version of LISP,...
This is the first edition of Readings in Scheme , an irregular column featuring a comprehensive bibliography on Scheme. The core of this bibliograpy was shamelessly snarfed from 56, and has been growing ever since, thanks to further additions by Dan Friedman, Ken Dickey and Mark MacLennan.
Numbers are one of the greatest achievements of humanity. They are the product of many thousands of years of effort by the best minds of history---and prehistory. That effort continues, for our concept of numbers is, and will remain, unfinished.
This issue's installment of (algorithms) is an article by Philip Greenspun and James J. Little from MIT on an elegant little recursive algorithm for rendering infinite surfaces with hidden-line removal. The source code for the algorithm appears on two pages at the end of the article. It is...
Lisp objects are heap- rather than stack-allocated because their extent is generally indefinite. Since stack-deallocation is performed without running the garbage collector, speed improvements are expected. Dedicated hardware can stack-allocate objects associated with reference counters or...
We propose that the Common Lisp standard be extended by adding to the language specification a short program, itself written in Common Lisp, to implement the EVAL function. We call this Common EVAL. The interpreters for every correct implementation of Common Lisp would be required to match the...
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