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DEFTABLE: Unifies interface to Common Lisp's table-like data structures
Created by stuart on: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 19:12:30 GMT, Last modification: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 19:12:30 GMT
The DEFTABLE macro unifies the interface to Common Lisp's table-like data structures (e.g., association lists, property lists, and hash tables, vectors), providing a concise, lightweight syntax. Later, when it's time to tune the performance of your program, you can specify how each table type will be implemented. For the purpose of this program, a table is anything you can put key/value pairs into and subsequently retrieve the value using the key.
Copying: Copyright 1992 by Sun Microsystems Inc. (Sun).
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Author(s): Peter Norvig
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Peter Norvig, "DEFTABLE: A Macro for Implementing Tables"
ACM Lisp Pointers 5(4):32-38, December 1992.
Generic ANSI Common Lisp
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