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lisp-rb

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A Lisp interpreter written in the ruby programming language. Only a small custom subset of a typical Lisp has been implemented. This is simply a learning experience for myself to gain more insight into both the lisp and ruby programming languages.

It has the following features so far.

  • if-else statements.
  • Variable and function definition via defvar and defun.
  • Variable and function mutation by setf.
  • Lamba expressions via lambda.
  • let and flet statements for lexical scoping.
  • quote and eval statements.
  • Basic error handling.
  • Scoped variables.
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