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Similar to other languages, in LISP variables are named places that store a particular value, but they are not declared the way you declare variables… Read More
LISP (List programming) is the second-oldest high-level programming language after Fortran. It has a fully parenthesized prefix notation. Installing LISP on Linux: Follow the below… Read More
A function is a set of statements that takes some input, performs some tasks, and produces the result. Through functions, we can split up a… Read More
Loops allow executing a set of instructions repeatedly while some condition is true. LISP provides the following types of loops: 1. dotimes loop: The dotimes… Read More
In this article, we will discuss the dotimes loop in LISP. The dotimes is a looping statement used to iterate the elements.  Unlike other looping… Read More
Arithmetic operators are used to perform mathematical operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. There are 7 arithmetic operators in LISP that are listed in… Read More
The loop for construct in common LISP is used to iterate over an iterable, similar to the for loop in other programming languages. It can… Read More
Lists in common LISP is simply a single Linked list. In LISP, Lists are designed as a chain of records. While talking about record structures… Read More
In this article, we will discuss the comparison operators in LISP. These operators are used to compare numbers by taking two or more operands. Note:… Read More

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