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Re: (TFT) Tables for the rolling...

On Wed, 1 Oct 2008 23:19:40 GMT
raito@raito.com wrote:
> So a couple of years ago, I began writing in Lisp. Yes, that weird 
> language with all the parentheses (that all other languages appear to 
> want to be). 

Lots of Idiotic Silly Parentheses???  Never heard of it!

> A half hour (and 15 lines of code) later, I had finished what I'd 
> avoided doing for at least 25 years. 
> Here it is:

> And that's it. And here's how to use it (a small, incomplete example):

Very nice :)

> Anyway, if anyone wants to use it, go ahead. But you'll have to get 
> Lisp installed and suchlike (which isn't all that hard). I suppose it 
> could be ported to Emacs Lisp, in which case it could be made to output 
> directly into the text of whatever you're writing (and args wouldn't 
> have to be declared special, as elisp uses dynamic scoping by default). 

Heh, I was just going to ask about running it in emacs! Only one way to
see what will happen, I guess.

       Joe Hartley - UNIX/network Consultant - jh@brainiac.com
 Without deviation from the norm, "progress" is not possible. - FZappa
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