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Fwd: [cse471] Project 1 and Commonlisp interpreters

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From: Subbarao Kambhampati <rao@asu.edu>
Date: Aug 23, 2006 9:39 AM
Subject: [cse471] Project 1 and Commonlisp interpreters
To: cse471-f06@parichaalak.eas.asu.edu

Hi all:

In case you didn't notice, Assignment 0--a lisp refresher--has been
"assigned" and is due 9/5 in class. This assignment is meant more for
getting you to refresh your lisp skills (and will only have a nominal weight).

Franz Allegro Commonlisp (version 6.0) should be available on your department
course accounts.

Additionally, if you want to do development on your own machines laptops, you
can download a limited version of allegro commonlisp at


(they also allow you to buy a full version for 99$)

Alternatively, you can use GNU CLisp available at
(I haven't used Clisp, but Lei Tang, the TA, says it is quite good)

Please note that with heap-limited free versions, you will not be able
to run most search problems starting project 1..

[Aug 23, 2006]

From: Bremen < Andrew.Coleson@asu.edu>
Subject: Re: [cse471] Links from first class etc
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 09:21:01 -0700
Message-ID: <1728432b0608230921v67db38b9ta62378fbf3514d3f@mail.gmail.com >

Andrew.Coleson> Dr. Rao,
Andrew.Coleson> Do you have a Common LISP interpreter that you recommend we use? I didn't
Andrew.Coleson> see a link for one on your website; it might be a useful addition.
Andrew.Coleson> Thanks!
Andrew.Coleson> Andrew Coleson

Subbarao Kambhampati