A Collection of Interpreters from Lisp In Small Pieces, written in Coffeescript
I don't know Lisp, so I figured the correct place to start was to write my own interpreter. After buying five different textbooks (The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, aka "The Wizard Book", Friedman's The Essentials of Programming Languages, Let over Lambda, On Lisp, and one more) I decided Christian Quinnec's Lisp In Small Pieces gave the clearest step-by-step introduction.
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