LISP 1.5 with an ALGOL 60-like surface syntax. Also optional type declarations, new data types including integer-indexed arrays and character strings, partial-word extraction/insertion operators and macros. A pattern-matching facility similar to COMIT was proposed. Implemented for the Q-32 computer.
[“The LISP 2 Programming Language and System”, P.W. Abrahams et al, Proc FJCC 29:661-676, AFIPS (Fall 1966).]
A Lisp dialect descended from MLISP and MLISP2. Also known as PLISP and VEL. Useful for parsing. Only the pattern-matching system was published and fully implemented. According to Alan Kay, LISP70 had an influence on Smalltalk-72. “The LISP70 Pattern Matching System, Larry Tesler et al, IJCAI 73.
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“LISP A: A LISP-like System for Incremental Computing”, E.J. Sandewall, Proc SJCC 32 (1968).
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