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This effort culminated in the development of the LISP programming language. B.
Functional Programming LISP is considered to be the first of a class of
programming languages, known as "functional" (or "applicative") languages.
Another interesting dialect of LISP, known as "Scheme," was developed at MIT in
the mid- 70s by Gerald Sussman and Guy Steele, Jr. It introduced several new
features to the language, such as lexical scoping and a single name space (i.e., ...
LISP Stands for LISt Processing A. The Linked List Although most modern LISP
dialects provide support for a variety of data structures, the preeminent data
structure in LISP remains the linked list. In fact, the name "LISP" is a contraction of
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Liquid Alkali Metals 1 John F Schenck
Liquid Chromatography 13 Russell L Rasmussen Joseph
Liquid Crystal Devices 41 Manifold Geometry
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