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Object-oriented common LISP / Stephen Slade.

By: Slade, StephenMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall PTR, c1998. ISBN: 0136059406Subject(s): Object-oriented programming (Computer science) | COMMON LISP (Computer program language)DDC classification: 005.133 LOC classification: QA76.64
Contents:
1. LISP -- 2. A Tutorial Introduction -- 3. Lists and Trees -- 4. Recursion -- 5. Local vs. Global Reference -- 6. Characters and Strings -- 7. Streams: Output and Input -- 8. lambda and labels -- 9. Control -- 10. Debugging and Style -- 11. Macros -- 12. Structures -- 13. Classes and Objects -- 14. Vectors and Arrays -- 15. Scope, Extent, and eval -- 16. Efficiency and Compilation -- A. Internet LISP Resources -- B. Answers to Selected Exercises -- C. CLOS and C++ -- D. ASCII Character Codes.
Summary: Object-Oriented Common LISP is the ideal introduction to Common LISP, the object-oriented standard that has unified virtually all leading LISP dialects. Using hundreds of source code examples - all available on the Internet - the book introduces advanced concepts such as LAMDA, LABELS, control, macros, structures, classes and objects, vectors and arrays, scope, efficiency and compilation. Object-Oriented Common LISP also presents detailed coverage of the Common LISP standard library, which helps programmers achieve remarkable results with a minimum of effort.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Includes bibliographical references (p. 751-753) and index.

1. LISP -- 2. A Tutorial Introduction -- 3. Lists and Trees -- 4. Recursion -- 5. Local vs. Global Reference -- 6. Characters and Strings -- 7. Streams: Output and Input -- 8. lambda and labels -- 9. Control -- 10. Debugging and Style -- 11. Macros -- 12. Structures -- 13. Classes and Objects -- 14. Vectors and Arrays -- 15. Scope, Extent, and eval -- 16. Efficiency and Compilation -- A. Internet LISP Resources -- B. Answers to Selected Exercises -- C. CLOS and C++ -- D. ASCII Character Codes.

Object-Oriented Common LISP is the ideal introduction to Common LISP, the object-oriented standard that has unified virtually all leading LISP dialects. Using hundreds of source code examples - all available on the Internet - the book introduces advanced concepts such as LAMDA, LABELS, control, macros, structures, classes and objects, vectors and arrays, scope, efficiency and compilation. Object-Oriented Common LISP also presents detailed coverage of the Common LISP standard library, which helps programmers achieve remarkable results with a minimum of effort.

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