Re: LISP (Was: Re: pyton & perl)
> Ok, It seems like the cool-factor of LISP is as high as you can get, but what
> are it's practical merits? If one intends to hack Emacs, then LISP is of
> course essential, but does it go beyond that? (I'm thinking practical, it of
> course would be quite interesting to learn from a CS standpoint) Anyone have
> an opinion, or am I just starting another futile flamefest?
Isn't LISP still quite common if topics like AI, Natural language
interpretation, and stuff like that? Just a thought, I might be totaly
wrong nowadays but I'm quite sure it at least was not to long ago.
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