This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
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In the original, 1980s version, all built-in defined names were in upper case; however, versions that use lower case instead have become available.
It is a very small Lisp. The only data types are lists, symbols, 16-bit integers, and the types that represent built-in functions and special forms. Even basic list-processing functions such as
equal are not built in. It can nonetheless be used to write interesting programs.
- Arthur Norman and Gillian Cattell, LISP on the BBC Microcomputer
- Wikipedia:Acornsoft Lisp
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