Luis P. Mendes wrote:
I'll start reading the book
"Lisp" by Winston/Horn.
So did I when I came to Lisp.
And I remember a very nice interactive tutorial (basics of Lisp in general),
looked similar to this, perhaps is the same:
It's available in english, covers the Lisp basics in few lessons
and offers interactive excercises with explanations.
It's fun, too!
Might be interesting, which of the examples/exercises would give the
same / different results in picolisp. Picolisp is different from
standard lisp, as it's said somewhere else in the pl docs.
> Now it's time to start learning!