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Since 5/5/2012 4:46:27 PM, rigaha has written 6 articles and participated in 3 conversations.
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 Items(6) /1 Lisp Question #3 6 37 (5/2/2008 2:15:50 AM) comp.lang.lispEveryone talks about how great Lisp is. Are there any studies or objective statistics that support this? ...rigaha Questions - Higer Order Functions 24 51 (4/30/2008 5:19:46 AM) comp.lang.lisp1. Is a higher order function: a) a function that can take as a parameter another function b) a function that returns a function c) both? 2. In practice, are functions that return functions used frequently? ...rigaha Iteration in lisp 70 40 (4/22/2008 12:51:45 AM) comp.lang.lispIf you want to iterate through a list, should you use a recursive function or a loop? ...rigaha Scheme or lisp 12 42 (4/10/2008 2:13:31 AM) comp.lang.lispI'm debating whether I should learn scheme or lisp. Why is lisp a better choice than scheme or viceversa? ...rigaha How to solve this 19 48 (4/8/2008 4:45:29 PM) comp.lang.lispI would like to create the following function (defun foo (a b) (let a) (eval b))) (foo '((a 2) (b 2) (c 3)) '(+ a b c)) Is there a way to do it? I was able to solve a slightly different case of the prob...rigaha How to execute a function passed as a list 42 53 (3/13/2008 5:15:23 PM) comp.lang.lispI would like to have a function that takes one argument (a list) and the executes the function contained in that list, like this: (defun foo (lt) (lt)) where lt: (+ 2 3 4) Can this be done? ...rigaha

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 Items(2) /1 How to execute a function passed as a list 42 53 (3/13/2008 5:15:23 PM) comp.lang.lispI would like to have a function that takes one argument (a list) and the executes the function contained in that list, like this: (defun foo (lt) (lt)) where lt: (+ 2 3 4) Can this be done? ...rigaha (9) Xach 3 36 (4/17/2008 4:43:54 PM) comp.lang.lispFor those who were rudely interrupted by.. Here is my rec.. "Practical Common Lisp" "Paradigms in Artificial Intelligence programming" "Lisp in small pieces" "common Lisp object system" "The art of meta object...jpthing (785)