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On Lisp -> Clojure: ProloG (pt. 1)

Jan 15, 2009 one comment

; As always, I will post when the code is “complete”, but my progress can be followed on Github. Also, this post is executable, just copy and paste into a Clojure REPL. (comment “ Posts in this series: ch. 2, ch. 2 redux, ch. 3, ch. 4, ch. 5, ProloG pt. 1 First, let me […]

On Lisp -> Clojure (Chapter 5)

Oct 24, 2008

; Chapter 5, entitled “Returning Functions”, is where we really start to see the power of functional programming. It is the types of problems outlined in the chapter where Clojure really shines. In fact, many of the functions created by Paul Graham in On Lisp are built into Clojure, as I will show below. ; […]

On Lisp -> Clojure (Chapter 4)

Oct 8, 2008 some comments

; As always, I will post when the code is “complete”, but my progress can be followed on Github. Also, this post is executable, just copy and paste into a Clojure REPL. Posts in this series: ch. 2, ch. 2 redux, ch. 3, ch. 4, ch. 5 ; pg. 42 ;; PG defines a general […]

On Lisp -> Clojure (Chapter 2 – redux)

Oct 2, 2008 one comment

Posts in this series: ch. 2, ch. 2 redux, ch. 3, ch. 4, ch. 5 ; It seems that my first two chapters were well received, and garnered some positive comments and constructive criticisms (except for the commenter who talked about viagra and offshore betting). The main point made by readers was that my code […]

On Lisp -> Clojure (Chapter 3)

Sep 30, 2008 one comment

; As always, I will post when the code is “complete”, but my progress can be followed on Github. Posts in this series: ch. 2, ch. 2 redux, ch. 3, ch. 4, ch. 5 ; Chapter 3 was a relatively short chapter (code-wise). It dealt mostly with side-effects and the virtues of a more functional […]

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