Welcome to the forum. Please do not use the term "newfag", this is not 4chan and someone might find that offensive.
Möwe wrote:Is this forum noob-friendly? Can I ask beginner question about lisp or is it better if I read some kind of book first and learn the basics and more advance then come back?
I would like to believe we are friendly to new people, but a forum is not really a place to explain the very basics of programming. So you should read some books. A good free introduction to programming using CL is Gentle Introduction to Symbolic Computation
. There is also Practical Common Lisp
, although it assumes some previous experience with programming.
Möwe wrote:I would be happy for any help I can get and if you think that this forum is not for me then I would gladly take any advice from you how to get started with lisp! (I mean... right now I dont even knwo how to open the thingy that allows you to type in code(?))
It would be helpful to know what operating system you are using. Most opensource Lisp implementations, especially Common Lisp, are Linux oriented. For them usually Emacs
is used as an editor and IDE. For Windows commercial implementations are more common and they have their own systems.