Programming in an Interactive Environment: the LISP Experience

@article{Sandewall1978ProgrammingIA,
  title={Programming in an Interactive Environment: the LISP Experience},
  author={Erik Sandewall},
  journal={ACM Comput. Surv.},
  year={1978},
  volume={10},
  pages={35-71}
}
Lisp systems have been used for highly interactive programming for more t han a decade During tha t time, special properties of the Lisp language (such as program/ data equivalence) have enabled a certain style of interact ive programming to develop, characterized by powerful interact ive support for the programmer, nons tandard program structures, and nons tandard program development methods. The paper summarazes the LISP style of interactive programming for readers outside the LisP community… CONTINUE READING
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