A Hardware Lisp Interpreter by Frank Buss
Frank Buss wrote: "My goal is to write an interpreter, which uses a state machine and not the Common Lisp call stack, because then it is easier to translate it to VHDL. I think I can simplify the sour...
Building a Windows CLISP version
This page explains how to build GNU CLISP from source code on an MS Windows system, and deliver a sample hello world executable application.
A Common Lisp programming challenge along the lines of "Perl quiz of the week" or "Ruby Quiz". Each week a new quiz is sent to a mailing list, and users can send their solutions. A summary describing ...
An article by Gene Michael Stover with various Common Lisp idioms for working with lists, sequences, matrixes, and other data.
Lisp Style and Efficiency
Introduction to efficient coding style in Common Lisp.
Slurping a file in Common Lisp
An article that presents different ways of copying a file by reading it into memory and writing it back, and compares their performance.