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This article is about input from character streams in LISP. Input in LISP can be taken in different ways like input from the user, input… Read More
In the Lisp programming language, recursion is a commonly used technique for solving problems. Lisp is a functional programming language, which means it is well-suited… Read More
A fill pointer is a special kind of pointer used in some Lisp implementations to indicate the end of the accessible part of a vector.… Read More
A structure is a user-defined data type that helps us combine different data items of different types under the same name.  In Lisp, defstruct is… Read More
In Lisp data objects of type ‘character’ are referred to as characters. For representation purposes, we usually denote character objects by preceding a #\ symbol… Read More
Association Lists in Lisp are used for mapping values to respective key elements. They are also known as a-list. The car of the pair represents… Read More
Pre-requisites: Introduction to LISP Function Languages are those languages in which the basic building block is functions. In functional programming, the programmer is concerned only… Read More
Pre-requisites: Introduction to LISP Lisp provides a huge set of facilities for performing input/output. All the input/output operations are performed on streams of several kinds.… Read More
LISP is an acronym for list processing, it is one the oldest programming language currently being used in the field of artificial intelligence. It performs… Read More
LISP, is a list processing, is a programming language widely used in working with data manipulation. Structures are used defines data types, that have the… Read More
LISP is a list processing programming language. It is widely used in the manipulation of data strings. It provides an input and output library. LISP… Read More
LISP is a programming language that has an overall style that is organized around expressions and functions. Every Lisp procedure is a function, and when… Read More
The contents of a field are compared to the contents of another field or a constant using Comparison operators. In Simple words, comparator operators are… Read More
In Lisp, every symbol has a property list (plist). When a symbol is created initially its property list is empty. A property list consists of… Read More
A set is an unordered collection of items. A set is just like other data structures. In C++ we have a similar data structure called… Read More