dlweinreb wrote:You might add "Lisp: A Gentle Introduction to Symbolic Computing" by David Touretzky, which is particularly good for beginners.
findinglisp wrote:The one place where ANSI Common Lisp lacks versus Practical Common Lisp is with respect to CLOS. PG is not a fan of CLOS and doesn't really cover it. In contrast, Peter Siebel uses is heavily in PCL. That's one reason I recommend both to people. You'll definitely learn something from each.
skc wrote:I voted for ACL over PCL (although i like them both) for its style, exercises, and appendix B and D.
you can get the pdf of "On Lisp" and print it out yourself. Thats what i did, and it's worth it.
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