Posts Tagged ‘ lisp ’

Pandoc: your secret best friend in document translation

November 13, 2016

Pandoc is an universal document converter to convert Markdown, Org-Mode, Html, Word documents from one markup format into another  After using different tools, (including GNU info and SGML). I find out pandoc vert handy.

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Learning Emacs Lisp: the fast track!

May 6, 2013

Ops I did it again. Although I repeatedly said I didn’t love emacs Lisp, I finally managed to learn it. So I want to share with you my tips, to help entering in the Emacs Lisp world in a fast, fun and easy way. First of all Lisp is a very elegant language, as...

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(How to Write a (Lisp) Interpreter (in Python))

October 24, 2011

I like a lot of programming languages. I do not love them with the same intensity. I do not love Lisp for its ((syntax))), but Lisp rocks for its purity: in a tiny bag of concept, you get a lot of stuff. This article, (How to Write a (Lisp) Interpreter (in Python)) show you how...

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Clojure Review

February 6, 2010
Clojure Review

This entry is part 2 of 18 in the series Programming Languages Book review by Stefano Fago: This book introduce one of most interesting  language of new wave of functional programming. You will find a complete overview of clojure language focusing in functional paradigm that can be the real obstacle for a standard developer....

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WebHome < Helium < TWiki

July 27, 2009
WebHome < Helium < TWiki

Helium Helium Logo Helium is a functional programming language (a subset of Haskell) and a compiler designed especially for teaching. The main developers and initiators are Arjan van IJzendoorn, Rijk Jan van Haaften, Bastiaan Heeren and Daan Leijen. Currently, Jurriaan Hage, Bastiaan Heeren and Arie Middelkoop maintain the compiler and associated tools. For more...

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pyparsing review

January 17, 2008

Review of "Getting Started with Pyparsing", Copyright © 2008 O'Reilly Media, Inc.
ISBN: 9780596514235
Released: October 4, 2007

 

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