MACLISP Manual Comes To The Web

Internet, December 16, 2007—The Revised Maclisp Manual, originally published in hardcopy at MIT in 1983 as the Saturday Evening Edition, is now available on the web as the Sunday Morning Edition.

Nicknamed The Pitmanual, The Revised Maclisp Manual describes the programming language MACLISP, which ran on the DEC PDP-10 and Honeywell 6180/6880. This newly-updated Sunday Morning Edition features many editorial corrections, an enhanced hypertext index, and a Common Lisp Conversion guide that offers advice on upgrading old MACLISP programs to run in Common Lisp.

By Kent Pitman, who also brought us the Common Lisp HyperSpec, the very definition of class.

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Was this intended for the

Was this intended for the homepage?

You can promote it to the HP

You can promote it to the HP if that's possible, or I can repost it there.



The very definition of class

The very definition of class is of course in Section 4.3.1.

Sorry. :)