Build Your Own Lisp

If you've ever wondered how to build your own programming language or wanted to learn C but weren't sure where to start, this is the book for you.

Build Your Own Lisp

Author: Daniel Holden

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9781501006623

Page: 210

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If you've ever wondered how to build your own programming language or wanted to learn C but weren't sure where to start, this is the book for you. In under 1000 lines of code you'll start building your very own programming language, and in doing so learn how to program in C, one of the world's most important programming languages. Along the way we'll learn about the weird and wonderful nature of Lisps, the unique techniques behind function programming, the methods used to concisely solve problems, and the art of writing beautiful code. Build Your Own Lisp is a fun and creative journey through a fascinating area of computer science, and an essential read for any programmer, new or old!

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