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Programmer's Guide to LISP

Programmer's Guide to LISP is a book written by Ken Tracton. This first edition was published in 1980 by TAB Books.

ISBN : 0-8306-9761-6

Publisher : TAB Books

Author : Ken Tracton

Format : Paperback

-Ken Tracton-




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Programmer's Guide to LISP




This exhibit has a reference ID of CH56575. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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