Published: 24 October 2022
Tags: lisp, philosophy
Claude Roux describes some of reasons as to why someone would choose to use a Lisp language over more conventional C resembling alternatives. If you haven't attempted to learn a Lisp language yet, I'd really recommend it.
- Lisp is homoiconic
- An advantage of Lisp is that there is no need to invent different programming styles to integrate new features
- Lisp is a way of representing and executing programs in an intermediate form between man and machine