Introduction to newLISP
Publisher: Wikibooks 2010
You'll find newLISP easy to learn and powerful, combining some of the power and elegance of classic LISP with the facilities of a modern scripting language, such as regular expressions, network functions, Unicode support, multitasking, and many others. This book is a straightforward and simple description of the basics of the language.
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