**Common LISP: The Language, 2nd Edition**

by Guy Steele

**Publisher**: Digital Press 1990**ISBN/ASIN**: 1555580416**ISBN-13**: 9781555580414**Number of pages**: 1029

**Description**:

In this greatly expanded edition of the defacto standard, you'll learn about the nearly 200 changes already made since original publication - and find out about gray areas likely to be revised later. Written by the Vice-Chairman of X3J13 (the ANSI committee responsible for the standardization of Common Lisp) and co-developer of the language itself, the new edition contains the entire text of the first edition plus six completely new chapters.

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