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Implicit Indexing and Slicing in “newLisp”

Written by on November 1, 2021 in newLisp, Programming with 0 Comments
Implicit Indexing and Slicing in “newLisp”

In traditional Lisp (Common Lisp), when evaluating an S-expression list, the first element in the “functor” position must be a function or valid operator. newLisp relaxes this requirement and allows the first element to be a context symbol type, a list, an array, or an integer. For today’s discussion, let us ignore the context symbol, but […]

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