ZetaLisp


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ZetaLisp

(language)
The Maclisp dialect used on the LISP Machine. The many extensions to Maclisp include vectors, closures, flavors, stack groups, locatives, and invisible pointers. Currently supported by Lisp Machines, Inc. and Symbolics.

["LISP Machine Manual", D. Weinreb and D. Moon, MIT AI Lab, 1981].
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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.