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comment Why does the Lisp community prefer to accumulate all the parentheses at the end of the function?
I'm told that back in the days of punch cards, it was common practice to end a Lisp program with an extra card with 80 right parentheses on it, just to make sure there were enough to match all of the open parentheses in the program.
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comment Training materials - books vs webcasts
Possible duplicate of a few of the "related" items coming up on the right. There are lots of training classes out there, and there should be enough reviews out there to help you.
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