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    Smile Learning Lisp

    Hey all. There used to be this really neat thread that had all sorts of methods people had recommended to learn Lisp. So...

    What reference materials do/did you use to learn lisp? And what was you opinion of them? (ie good, bad, beginners, advanced, etc)

    Thank you for any help in resurrecting this thread!!!

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    Default Re: Learning Lisp

    Check this website out. It is afralisp
    Last edited by Opie; 2006-06-16 at 05:45 PM. Reason: fixed link

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    Hi

    Below snippet is from an old ACAD Guild post that I made (Aug 2003); note additions in red -

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    Have you Subscribed to the LISP Guild? Great place to learn. (Now replaced by the LISP Forum)

    Keep an eye out for the next and future ATP Courses offered by AUGI.

    http://www.afralisp.net/ An excellent site for learning LISP (New home)

    http://www.acadx.com/ An other excellent site (Down for the moment )

    http://home.netcom.com/~rogh/autolisp/ (Web Archive)

    http://www.smadsen.com/
    (New home) What can I say apart from Stig Madsen

    http://www.caddigest.com/subjects/autocad/tutorials/

    Autodesk How-to Articles

    Hope the above helps a little, Mike
    </snip>

    Have a good one, Mike
    Last edited by Opie; 2006-06-16 at 06:01 PM. Reason: Updated links

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike.Perry
    http://www.acadx.com/ An other excellent site (Hopefully Bobby or Robert can enlighten us to the current state of their site)
    I wondered what happened to that site, also. Hope it will still be available.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike.Perry
    Mike, thanks for referring to my humble stuff. Although that URL is still valid, it has moved to http://www.smadsen.com. The old URL will not be updated anymore.

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    can't find the following site:
    http://home.netcom.com/~rogh/autolisp/

    [ Moderator Action = ON ]A copy of this can be found on the Web Archive site.[ Moderator Action = OFF ]
    Last edited by Opie; 2006-06-16 at 05:52 PM.

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    Hi Wolfgirl

    If you're into good old fashioned paper, there are a couple of good text books out there.
    For novices, the best one I've seen is:

    AutoLISP Programming: Principles & Techniques
    Author- Rod Rawls
    Publisher- Goodheart Willcox
    ISBN No.- 1566374170

    For more advanced folk, there's:

    AutoCAD Developer's Guide to Visual LISP
    Author- Nikolai Poleschuk
    Publisher- Charles River Media
    ISBN No. 1584500913

    I teach an introductory AutoLISP class at a local college, & these are the texts I recommend to my students.

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    Default Re: Learning Lisp

    We will return under a new domain name, when I get the time to make the move.

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    I found this zip file on a website.....looks like lesson plans to teach lisp.

    Hi

    Sorry for the *edit* but I believe it would best if the file Lesson.zip was *not* posted on the AUGI web site unless the author has given their permission (if they have then please accept my apology and repost the file).

    Better still, please post the URL to Lesson.zip so people can go to the authors site directly and download the file for themselves.


    AUGI can not take chances with regard any Copyright infringements that may exist + It would be only proper/right to get the author's permission before posting their work.

    Thanks for your understanding,


    Mike


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    Last edited by Mike.Perry; 2004-08-22 at 09:41 PM. Reason: File attachment removed

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    Talking Re: Learning Lisp

    Here's one PDF tutorial acquired from the NET.
    [By the way the author gives permission to distribute on pg3. of his PDF.]

    Author. Jos Van Doorn, 2003

    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Here's another link.
    This guy is pretty good with his tutorials.


    http://www.jefferypsanders.com/autolisp.html

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