Choosing a programming language as a competitive tool

Fernando Rodríguez spamers at must.die
Sat May 5 23:44:04 CEST 2001


On 05 May 2001 16:10:57 -0400, Douglas Alan <nessus at mit.edu> wrote:

>"Andrew Dalke" <dalke at acm.org> writes:
>

>Sounds more like a criticism of Computer Science than of Lisp.
>Douglas Hofstadter's column was designed to teach you interesting
>concepts in Computer Science, rather than how to do anything
>practical.  If you'd read a good book on practical programming in Lisp
>(I don't know if there are any), then you'd probably feel differently.

Ansi Common Lisp by Paul Graham. :-)






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