Subject: Re: Language intolerance (was Re: Is Scheme a `Lisp'?)
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 7 Mar 2001 04:34:53 GMT
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <984dpd$1aogg$>
Marco Antoniotti  <> wrote:
| (Russell Wallace) writes:
| > Writing your own little language implementation is a valuable learning
| > experience. But which would you rather try to implement as a hobby
| > project, Scheme or Common Lisp? :)
| You can always use Common Lisp to implement a Scheme.  That would be
| an educating experience. :)

Part V "The Rest of Lisp", Chapter 22 "Scheme: An Uncommon Lisp",
in "Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming: Case Studies
in Common Lisp", by Peter Norvig <URL:>.

[Also Chapter 23 "Compiling Lisp", which develops a compiler for the
Scheme in Chapter 22.]


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