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Common Lisp is a multi-paradigm programming language, well know for its functional features. The functional paradigm, that Common Lisp follows the most, distinguishes it from the common languages such as C or Java . Rather than focus on following a list of instructions (imperative) or separating data and functionality into entities (object-oriented), Common Lisp focuses on functions. Functions are treated just like variables — in fact, it is better to think that variables are just trivial functions.

This site offers local resources which explain the programming principles of Common Lisp, illustrated by sample programs. In addition, there are a number of external links to useful resources such as tutorials and documentation.

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© Fall 2011 Mary Fletcher, Elena Kirillova

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