You probably haven't seen me before. I am new to the world of Lisp. I couldn't find any Lisp related content on any other forums, so I got an account on this one. Bear with me, as I am not a very experienced programmer. However, I am still determined to learn Lisp. It seemed to be the language with the most promise, as it can create functions. Now, to the point. The internet is either really messed up, or I'm just not using the right search engine, because I can't seem to find any sort of tutorial on Lisp in plain English. So, I decided to come here for my help.
I need to find out how save my file. Sounds simple right? Yeah...there's the problem. I use GNU Clisp. I have the setup of the REPL down, but I need help figuring out how to save something into it. My setup goes as such- I take hours creating a program. Then, I need to save it. I find out there is no easy to find way to do this. Anyone got an answer?
Also, a Clisp tutorial would be appreciated.