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Lisp is the second-oldest programming language still in use today. There's a lot that could be said about Lisp, much of it potentially inflammatory. The most important thing about Lisp is that the programs are written in exactly the same way as the data structures: the code is data. Everything else flows from this.

John Pallister has added this page because he would like to use Lisp to develop metaprogramming tools for LSL, and then develop novel and intriguing structures within SL. Unfortunately, finding the time to work on this is proving difficult. But such is life.

Why do we have this page? I've got a thousand projects and i haven't created pages for them, could you remove this page? For this page to be legitamized it needs to tied into the wiki more tightly then just being an old scripting language - BW
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