Lisp (was Re: turncoat
cos at indeterminate.net
Wed Aug 22 23:42:24 BST 2007
On Wed, 22 Aug 2007, Andy Armstrong wrote:
> I'd still like to spend some real quality time with Lisp. Frankly I'm
> scared of falling so deeply in love with it that it cripples me for
> anything else though.
Mark-Jason Dominus talked about Lisp a bit during, I think, a discussion
on higher-order Perl. You might check out his book "Higher-Order Perl",
<http://hop.perl.plover.com/>, (the full-text search option reveals a bit
about what he said, if you search for Lisp). He went on a bit about how
Perl is closer to Lisp than C, in his estimation, and he mentioned a Lisp
book that you might fancy. I don't have the title handy. Pipe up, and
I'll see if I can find the title when I'm at home.
"Thou shalt not partake of decaf!"--The Descendents
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