One of the many advantages of programming in a functional style … Read the rest
This is part 3 of Loops in Lisp. For part 1 on how you can build any kind of looping construct you want out of just goto and macros, click here. For part 2 on Loop, click here.… Read the rest
This post will serve as an introduction to writing macros that work with places. I will refer back to it whenever I examine a macro which deals with places.
Places are an incredible part of Common Lisp. In short, a … Read the rest
This post is the second part of a two part series exploring the emulator cl-6502. If you haven’t read the first part exploring the implementation of addressing modes in cl-6502, you can find it here.
This post is … Read the rest