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Xlisp Language Reference

Copyright

This chapter is adapted from an 'XlispRef.doc' file with the following copyright:

Xlisp 2.0 Language Reference

by

Tim I Mikkelsen

December 11, 1989

Copyright (c) 1989 by Tim I. Mikkelsen. All Rights Reserved. No part of this document may be copied, reproduced or translated for commercial use without prior written consent of the author. Permission is granted for non-commercial use as long as this notice is left intact.

This document is intended to serve as a reference for the XLISP 2.0 dialect of LISP. It includes a description of each symbol, function, special form and keyword available in XLISP. This reference is not a complete and extensive introduction to LISP programming.

If you find problems with the reference or find that I have left something out, drop me a line. If you find this useful, I would be interested in hearing that as well. If you are into 'pretty' looking documents (as opposed to plain ASCII text), I have a TeX version of the reference.

Tim Mikkelsen 4316 Picadilly Drive Fort Collins, Colorado 80526


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