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Sketchy LISP by Nils M Holm

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Sketchy LISP
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Publisher: Lulu Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1411674480
ISBN-13: 9781411674486
Number of pages: 180

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Sketchy LISP is a step-by-step introduction to functional programming in Scheme. It covers various aspects of the language including data types, conditional evaluation, list processing, lexical scoping, closures, recursion, dynamic typing, etc. By means of numerous examples of varying complexity, it takes the reader on an entertaining and informative tour through the language.

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