Alexander Burger <> writes:

In all these documentations, cells are always displayed in the form

      +-----+-----+ | CAR | CDR | +-----+-----+

The left half of the cell is the CAR, and the right half the CDR. Just as the cell resides in memory. The CAR is at the lower address, and the CAR at the higher.

The important point is that the pointer *TO* a PicoLisp item may point to different parts of the cell:

Ah, okay, now i understand.


No, i found your explanation succinct and clear - thank you!


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