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Artificial languages for instructing computers to do steps of computation in order to complete tasks. They allow programmers to communicate with computers.

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Lisp (and its many dialetcs, including Scheme) has it: (when (> 2 1) 'do-something) evaluates to do-something and: (when nil 'other-thing) evaluates to nil or its equivalent.
answered Oct 16 '11 by loudandclear
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What exactly is the different between "extensible programming" and "extendible programming?" Wikipedia states the following: The Lisp language community remained separate from the extensible la …
asked Jun 27 '11 by loudandclear