Clisp: Conversational Lisp

@article{Teitelman1973ClispCL,
  title={Clisp: Conversational Lisp},
  author={Warren Teitelman},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Computers},
  year={1973},
  volume={C-25},
  pages={354-357}
}
Clisp is an attempt to make Lisp programs easier to read and write by extending the syntax of Lisp to include infix operators, IF-THEN statements, FOR-DO-WHILE statements, and similar Algol-like constructs, without changing the structure or representation of the language. Clisp is implemented through Lisp's error handling machinery, rather than by modifying the interpreter. When an expression is encountered whose evaluation causes an error, the expression is scanned for possible Clisp… CONTINUE READING

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