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Few Examples of Lisp Code Typography.

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7 comments:

  1. Very nice post. This is one of those ideas that I had wish I had thought of first. As an aside it would be representational to have at least one of the Clojure examples use the -> or ->> macros. I do not see this often in historical Lisps, but it's idiomatic in Clojure. Thank you for taking the time to do this.

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  2. Want something from "Common Lisp, The Reference"?

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  3. Fogus: thank you for support. I'added two snippets from your book with ->.

    Rich: yes, it would be nice, thank you.

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  4. It's funny how the typography from when I (one) learned Lisp seems like the "correct" typography (the late 80's for me).

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  5. --> and ->> have to be the things I most dislike about clojure. Set up an idea on how things are going to be, then violate it. That's mad.

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  6. Kazimir, great post (as usual). Will you tell us what is the name of the font (and possibly the founder) of the one used by Siebel and Barski? I love that one (or two?). Thanks! --Rick (rickyboy)

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