Posts Tagged ‘Pico Lisp’

Regular expressions in Pico Lisp

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008

This is another step towards explaining how a registration form in Pico Lisp can work, I promise you we will get there but there is a lot of ground to cover still.... Read More

More OODB in Pico Lisp

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

This time we will examine some more complex relationships with a common scenario, the CMS.... Read More

Simple OODB in Pico Lisp

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

Let’s walk through a simple and usual example, what would constitute a user table in MySQL:... Read More

More OO in Pico Lisp

Friday, April 11th, 2008

Let’s first look at a simple single inheritance example:... Read More

Simple OO in Pico Lisp

Friday, April 11th, 2008

Pico Lisp has a very nice object system which will take some time to explore, let’s begin with simple examples and work towards more complex scenarios.... Read More

Working with tables in Pico Lisp

Monday, March 31st, 2008

Let’s examine a common example, a list of people forming a table without key access to each person could look like this:... Read More

Registers and Quoting in Pico Lisp

Saturday, March 29th, 2008

By now you should have compiled and installed Pico as per the install instructions. We will start the interpreter with ./dbg. You can create a file and just copy paste the tutorial snippets and run them in the interpreter with : (load “tutorial.l”). To rerun you hit “Esc” followed by “k” to step through prior commands, hit “Enter” when you see the load command. ... Read More

PicoLisp at first glance

Friday, March 28th, 2008

As I announced earlier, the plan was to create some small proof of concept web-thing in c-lisp but it didn’t work out. Instead I ended up doing just that in PicoLisp instead, I guess me and c-lisp was not meant to be. Anyway, Pico is created by Alex Burger without whose help and patience I wouldn’t have gone very far.... Read More