IQLisp, MacScheme, Lisp Machine Lisp, Vax Lisp, Common Lisp (Kyoto,
Lucid, MCL, and CLisp), T, Scheme 48, and Arc.
It's Lisp I like, not CL. I think CL is pretty ugly and always have.
My favorite dialect of Lisp is T, which was developed (mostly) by
Jonathan Rees at Yale in the early 80s. T is the language Common
Lisp should have been.
If CL is ugly, why do I use it and write about it? Because Lisp
is so powerful that even an ugly Lisp is preferable to using some
Mitch: No. What?
Curly: This. [He holds up one finger.]
Mitch: Your finger?
Curly: One thing. Just one thing. You stick to that and everything else don’t mean sh*t.
Mitch: That’s great, but what’s the “one thing”?
Curly: That’s what you’ve got to figure out.
“You want them to stop beating you up?”
“The next time one of them comes into your room, pick up a chair and smash it over his head.”
“. . . But . . . I can’t do that. What if I killed him?”
“You asked me what to do. I told you.”
I never went to him for help again.
отличный совет, на все времена.
какие мамаши, бывают
согласен, продолжение тут: gitlab.com
всё понял, братишка?