An Introduction and Tutorial for Common Lisp

This document provides a small set of resources and references on Common Lisp. It was originally prepared for students in the Part-Time MS Program in Computer Science at the Johns Hopkins University. Most of this document was written 10+ years ago, since much of my time is now spent doing Java and Ajax work. Nevertheless, please send corrections/suggestions to Marty Hall (hall@jhu.edu). The original of this document is at http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/lisp.html. Also see the Belorussian version of the tutorial, translated by Paul Bukhovko and provided by fatcow.

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Online Lisp References

Issues for Lisp Beginners and Advanced Beginners

Issues for Intermediate/Advanced Lisp Programmers

CLOS

CLOS is the "Common Lisp Object System", a powerful OOP package built into Common Lisp.

Internet Lisp Resources

Lisp-Related Papers

Misc.

The original of this document can be found at http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/lisp.html.
1996-99 Marty Hall (hall@jhu.edu).