CSE 471/598, CBS598 Fall 2004

Some Links of Good Lisp Tutorials

Basic Lisp Techniques  from www.franz.com

http://www.franz.com/support/documentation/6.2/ansicl/ansicl.htm  an online documentation of ANSI Common Lisp.

http://mitpress.mit.edu/sicp/full-text/book/book.html  a very good online text book. It is an introductory computer science text book, but it teaches Scheme (a dialect of LISP) and shows how to make use of abstractions in writing programs.

(Especially the section "Issues for Lisp Beginners and Advanced
Beginners" on that page)

Nice and basic, has a link to Corman Lisp, a free
Windows compiler that also has an IDE (Which isn't
free, but you can use it for 30 days).  

Google's directory listing of Lisp-related links. Way
more than they'll want to go through, but lots of useful
things if they know what they want.

Has some good examples with documentation. Look
at the excercises section too!
A Lisp Primer. Good introduction to Lisp and good
for quick reference.

A complete reference for all the LISP functions. A very
useful reference.

Running Lisp on genearl.asu.edu

Allegro Common Lisp 4.3.1 is available on general. To start it, after you logon to general, you type:
After a lengthy pause, it starts up the interpreter and gives you a prompt like
To exit, you can use

Compiled by Huan Liu, Srihari Venkatesan (Spring 2004), Surendra Singhi (Fall 2004)