I want to thank all the replies to this thread.

I kind of got discouraged looking at some PicoLisp source code and thought to myself. I am not sure I can do this.


Philosophically I think PicoLisp is great. A small language. A small and fast, efficient interpreter. Distributed database applications with a browser based GUI. Great interface to C. An amazing feature set in as dynamic a language as exists. VIP rounds out an amazing tool.

After I finish my C book, I will suck it up and do the hard work necessary to get Lisp/PicoLisp in my head. With the exception of numerical functions on arrays/lists, Numpy like stuff. It seems to be a great fit for a lot of what I would like to do. But if native performance with numbers on arrays/lists isn't sufficient. I can always call into C.

Again thanks for the links and suggestions and an amazing tool to work with.

Jimmie Houchin


On 06/15/2017 10:25 AM, O.Hamann wrote:
This looks like a very valuable resource for self-taught guys like me - thank you very much for sharing!

Kind regards, Olaf


On 12.06.2017 09:26, Mike Pechkin wrote:

https://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/LispBook/ <https://www.cs.cmu.edu/%7Edst/LispBook/>
all tasks, some ignored, on PicoLisp
https://bitbucket.org/mihailp/tankfeeder/src/5a91a025d78eacf68655b6dbec5c2dd346624146/Touretzky/?at=default

(mike)






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