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How to learn MCL?
- To: email@example.com
- Subject: How to learn MCL?
- From: Kristoffer Holger Kvello <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: 29 Sep 1994 11:54:41 GMT
- Organization: Universitetet i Oslo
- Sender: email@example.com
I am trying to learn MCL and the manual is giving me a rather hard time.
Has anyone written a kinder, gentler introduction to the package?
I don't need an introduction to Lisp, but was thinking of something akin
to Tom Swan's book on TurboPascal for Windows (ie. everything about the
compiler, written in a journalistic manner, except language-specific
Another question: I managed to create a stand-alone application by using
the 'save-application' function. However, even when I excised the
compiler, my very, very small "hello world" program still amounted to
1.5MB. I also looked on and created the 'binhex' example. This became an
1.5MB file as well.
Does this mean that the minimum-size of any application written in MCL
~ RM 1.3 02368 ~ Kristoffer Kvello - firstname.lastname@example.org