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etc. -- but that's beside the point). @Mehrdad: that's the syntax of s-expressions - not Lisp. @Rainer: Er, what? Then what's the syntax of Lisp?
from the different usages of the term "symbol" in Common Lisp and in Clojure. In Common Lisp, a "symbol" is a location in memory, a place where data can
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be reduced from two to one. It can be done in C++ by reusing the iterator, but not sure how this would be done in Lisp. Any ideas? Tags: lisp