# Tag Archives: LISP-Basics

Lisp is a programming language that has an overall style that is organized around expressions and functions. Every Lisp procedure is a function, and when… Read More
In this article, we will discuss Vectors in LISP. Vectors in LISP are one-dimensional arrays which are also known as sequences. We can create a… Read More
Decision making is used to specify the condition to evaluate an expression in LISP. There are 4 types of decision-making statements in LISP. They are… Read More
In this article, we will discuss mapping functions in lisp. Mapping functions are applied on the list data structure for combining one or more lists… Read More
In this article, we will discuss cond construct in LISP. The cond is a decision-making statement used to make n number of test conditions. It… Read More
In this article, we will discuss the when construct. The when is a decision-making statement used to specify the decisions. It is similar to conditional… Read More
In this article, we will discuss the if construct in LISP. The if is a decision-making statement used to check whether the condition is right… Read More
In this article, we will discuss lambda functions in LISP. The Lambda function is used to evaluate a mathematical expression in our program. They are… Read More
LISP Function‘s parameters list has a basic aim of declaring the variables which will receive the arguments that are passed in the function. Normally parameter… Read More
Macro is similar to a function in popular languages like C++, java, etc. that takes arguments and returns a LISP form to be evaluated. It… Read More
LISP Function‘s parameters list has a basic aim of declaring the variables which will receive the arguments that are passed in the function. Normally parameter… Read More
In this article, we will discuss the Bitwise operators in LISP. These operators are used to perform the manipulation of individual bits of a number.… Read More
Operators are the foundation of any programming language. Thus the functionality of the LISP programming language is incomplete without the use of operators. We can… Read More
Optional Parameters are the parameters that are optional in the function. We can put optional parameters whenever the arguments are not necessary. If we keep… Read More
In LISP all constants are global variables. Values of constant never change throughout the execution of the program. Defining constant in LISP: New global constants… Read More