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The Programming Language LISP: Its Operation and Applications

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The Programming Language LISP: Its Operation and Applications
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Publisher: The MIT Press
ISBN/ASIN: B0000CNAAU
ISBN-13: 9780262590044
Number of pages: 395

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The language LISP, short for 'LISt Processing' language, is a remarkable and powerful language, because not only does it govern the operation of a computer, but also it is a mathematical language of great flexibility and power for processing processes in mathematics, logic, and symbol manipulation in general.

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