Yet another link for an introductory text



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Yet another link for an introductory text

Postby Aleksandr Skobelev » Sat, 24 Apr 2004 18:50:23 GMT

< http://www.**--****.com/ ~janne/lecture-notes/university/pdf/common-lisp-97.pdf>

Re: Yet another link for an introductory text

Postby Pascal Costanza » Sat, 24 Apr 2004 20:58:03 GMT

This looks very good - thanks for posting the link.


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