Wednesday, August 18, 2004

Not Another Lisp Kick...

Actually, it looks like that's the case. After spending entirely too long lately playing with Emacs eLisp, I've started hunting up a reasonable free Common Lisp implementation for Mac OS X. Right now the CMU Common Lisp looks good enough to try.

Also handy, is Guy S. Steele's Common Lisp, the Language which is now available online. I've had this one in paperback for donkey years, but it's nice to find a helpful electronic version. Thanks Guy! Beginners might also want to check out this Intro to Common Lisp page, put together by Marty Hall.

Friday, August 06, 2004

Art of Assembly Language

A handy guide to Intel Assembler programming. Now online.

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