LISP in small pieces Christian Queinnec, Kathleen Callaway
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The Hawaii test is the key criteria to measure whether your literate program is successful. And back to the subject at hand, while it's not available for free on the web, if you love these kinds of CS books, Lisp In Small Pieces needs a place on your CS bookshelf. Now, the programming concepts book that I really want would be the successor to Lisp in Small Pieces (ISBN 0-521-56247-3), but AFAICT, it hasn't been finished. I remember reading in Lisp In Small Pieces that CDR is statistically more often encountered that CAR So my final answer is "less CARs than CDRs in the source code of PLT". Http://hop.inria.fr/ multi-tier programming language for the Web 2.0 and the so-called diffuse Web; Lisp in Small Piecesの著者でもある. See "http://daly.axiom-developer.org/litprog.html" for an example using HTML. Posted by aspo at 10:17 PM on April 1, 2009. It's not just an aesthetic consideration. Subscribe to comments with RSS. While I have started reading Lisp in Small Pieces, it hasn't had quite the impact on me. Currently Lisp in Small Pieces is number 3. Queinnec's “Lisp in Small Pieces” covers the implementation implications of the choice between Lisp-1 and Lisp-2. McCarthy He does a great job in Lisp in Small Pieces, but it's building on the foundation that McCarthy layed down. Lisp in Small Pieces is like that; it's more about a cute way to teach things that bends the mind than having fun in exploring design trade-offs. �One of my New Year's goals is to re-read Lisp in Small Pieces and implement all 11 interpreters and 2 compilers. In other words, it is not really about truly building models. See "Lisp in Small Pieces" for a great example. This entry was posted in Book by tkg. September 6, 2007 at 3:23 PM · Robby said. For awhile last week the book Lisp in Small Pieces was the best selling book on the Canada Amazon.com website, out selling Harry Potter. (I hope to understand "Lisp in Small Pieces" someday.