Category:Acornsoft Lisp

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Acornsoft Lisp
This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
Execution method: Interpreted
Garbage collected: Yes
Parameter passing methods: By value
Type safety: Safe
Type checking: Dynamic
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Listed below are all of the tasks on Rosetta Code which have been solved using Acornsoft Lisp.
Acornsoft Lisp is an implementation of Lisp. Other implementations of Lisp.

Acornsoft Lisp is a dialect and implementation of Lisp developed in the early 1980s for the BBC Micro and related machines.

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 length, append, reverse, and equal are not built in. It can nonetheless be used to write interesting programs.



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