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I learned more about LISP from this book than I have from any of the other LISP books I've read over the years...While other books will tell you the mechanics of LISP, they can leave you largely uninformed on the style of problem-solving for which LISP is optimized. The Little LISPer teaches you how to think in the LISP language...an inexpensive, enjoyable introduction.(Gregg Williams Byte)
I finished this book today. The questions went along with my thought process a lot of the time. It's awesome.Published 6 months ago by Farzin F.
The Little Schemer teaches you a little bit of LISP in the most fun style ever. The book is a dialogue between you and the authors about hundreds of tiny Scheme programs and it... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Peteris Krumins
Easily the best book I've read on learning how to solve problems using functional programming techniques. It is unique in that all you need is paper, a pencil, the book and time. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Eric Wolf
Line after line this code has a straight-forward example based teaching style. Solid two thumbs up.Published 11 months ago by Hank Guss
It is a great book for someone who wants to learn the recursion concept in programming. Not only this, one can learn how with few simple functions to build a full blown language. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Svetoslav Barabonkov
This is a great book on recursion. It looks and feels like a kids book, but it is not. The exercises - which you must do to get anything out of the book - start off easy gets much... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Shawn R
A total mess with questions/problems and (very short) answers/solutions. I get the concept, but it simply didn't work for me. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cristi S.
The unique style of the book is a little jarring at first, but you will pick up pretty quickly on the tutorial technique. Read morePublished 16 months ago by jy