Monthly Archives: July 2005

Stanford LISP 1.6; the original Standard LISP

Work on LISP spread from McCarthy’s original M.I.T. project to other projects at M.I.T. and then to other institutions as people moved on and word about the capabilities of the language spread. John Allen brought a snapshot of the M.I.T.’s … Continue reading

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Classic LISP books online

With the permission of The MIT Press, I have posted online copies of two classic LISP books on the History of Lisp website at the Computer History Museum: John McCarthy, Paul W. Abrahams, Daniel J. Edwards, Timothy P. Hart and … Continue reading

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