MACRO definitions for LISP. Hart, T. dspace.mit.edu, 1963.
abstract   bibtex   
In LISP 1.5 special forms are used for three logically separate purposes: a) to reach the alist, b) to allow functions to have an indefinite number of arguments, and c) to keep arguments from being evaluated. New LISP interpreters can easily satisfy need (a) by making the alist a …
@Article{Hart1963,
author = {Hart, TP}, 
title = {MACRO definitions for LISP}, 
journal = {dspace.mit.edu}, 
volume = {}, 
number = {}, 
pages = {}, 
year = {1963}, 
abstract = {In LISP 1.5 special forms are used for three logically separate purposes: a) to reach the alist, b) to allow functions to have an indefinite number of arguments, and c) to keep arguments from being evaluated. New LISP interpreters can easily satisfy need (a) by making the alist a …}, 
location = {}, 
keywords = {}}
Downloads: 0