Conversational lisp



language
(CLISP) A mixed English-like, ALGOL-like surface syntax for Interlisp.
[“CLISP: Conversational LISP”, W. Teitelman, in Proc Third Intl Joint Conf on AI, Stanford, Aug 1973, pp.686-690].
(1994-11-01)

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