Franz Lisp


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Franz Lisp

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A MacLisp-like dialect of Lisp, developed primarily for work in symbolic algebra by R. Fateman et al at Ucb in about 1980. It was named after the Hungarian composer Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Franz Lisp was written in C and includes a compiler called "Liszt".

["The FRANZ LISP Manual", J.K. Foderaro et al. UC Berkeley 1980].

Version: Opus 38.22. Liszt 8.08.

ftp://ted.cs.uidaho.edu/pub/hol/franz.tar.Z.
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Over the past 30 years a variety of Lisp dialects have been developed, including MacLisp [22], ZetaLisp [36], Franz Lisp [10], Portable Standard Lisp [14] and InterLisp [34] to mention just a few.