This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
XLISP, created by David Betz and first released in 1984, is a Lisp dialect with support for simple object-oriented programming using classes. Since 1997 it has been based on Scheme, with some extensions resembling Common Lisp.
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Pages in category "XLISP"
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