11.1 Introduction to Lisp
You may have heard of Lisp as a language for artificial intelligence (AI). If you aren't into AI, don't worry. Lisp may have an unusual syntax, but many of its basic features are just like those of more conventional languages you may have seen, such as Java or Perl. We emphasize such features in this chapter. After introducing the basic Lisp concepts, we proceed by building up various example functions that you can actually use in Emacs. In order to try out the examples, you should be familiar with Emacs Lisp mode and Lisp interaction mode, which were discussed in Chapter 9.
- Chapter 11. Emacs Lisp Programming
- 1. Introduction: Why Lisp?
- Introduction to Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
- 5.1 Introduction
- Introduction to Serial Devices
- 14.4.8. Emacs Lisp
- 14.1 Introduction
- Introduction to PHP
- 3.4.1. Introduction to Atomic Transactions
- 11.1. Introduction to BusyBox