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LISP: Style and Design epub ebook

by Eric Benson,Molly M. Miller

LISP: Style and Design epub ebook

Author: Eric Benson,Molly M. Miller
Category: Programming Languages
Language: English
Publisher: Digital Press (May 1, 1990)
Pages: 214 pages
ISBN: 1555580440
ISBN13: 978-1555580445
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LISP style +& and design. Miller, Molly . Benson, Eric. Bedford, Mass : Digital P. 1990. Miller, MM & Benson, E 1990, LISP style +& and design. Digital P. Bedford, Mass. Miller MM, Benson E. LISP style +& and design. Bedford, Mass: Digital P. Miller, Molly M. ; Benson, Eric.

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I am a beginner in Lisp. I have two functions, a defparameter, and a defstruct. Every time a book is passed to inputBook I would like the title of the book (the string) to become the name of the defparameter

I am a beginner in Lisp. Every time a book is passed to inputBook I would like the title of the book (the string) to become the name of the defparameter. Is this possible? I have tried to hard code a string in like below where it says "MobyDick" but I get an error. So is this even possible? I tried to simply use the parameter passed title but if you try to pass another book into the function, they are both assigned to title but the last one passed will print, not the first and not both

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