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i have clisp installed and can run clisp binary in bash. but I cannot find any tutorials on using clisp, only pages with links to reference pages with links to reference pages... what is the natural extension for clisp files, and could someone give me a "Hello, World!!!" example to compile :) Thanks

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What do you want to do with clisp? To get clisp to write "hello world" back to you simply fire the interpretor and type "Hello World!" and press return. To compile a file you can enter the interpretor and use the compile-file function, but usually you don't really need to compile anything. You can code right into the interpretor or you can write Lisp code in some file and execute it by loading it with the load function: (load "c:\\path\\to\\your\\file.lisp")

[Edited by - Diodor on May 27, 2005 10:24:12 AM]

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Here are some tutorials on Common Lisp in general, though I believe they do refer sometimes to environment-specific aspects of Allegro Common Lisp

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