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|Английский язык. Теория. Изучение языков мира Автор McCarthy M. Автор Hughes R. Автор Carter R. Издательство Cambridge University Press|
In the middle are implementations that compile the input into an intermediate form such as bytecodes for a virtual machine and then interprets the bytecodes. Most Common Lisp implementations these days use some form of compilation even when evaluating code at run time. 38 Sometimes the phrase s-expression refers to the textual representation and sometimes to the objects that result from reading the textual representation. Usually either it's clear from context which is meant or the distinction isn't that important. 39 Not all Lisp objects can be written out in a way that can be read back in. But anything you can READ can be printed back out "readably" with PRINT. 40 The empty list, (), which can also be written NIL, is both an atom and a list. 41 In fact, as you'll see later, names aren't intrinsically tied to any one kind of thing. You can use the same name, depending on context, to refer to both a variable and a function, not to mention several other possibilities. 42 The case-converting behavior of the reader can, in fact, be customized, but understanding when and how to change it requires a much deeper discussion of the relation between names, symbols, and other program elements than I'm ready to get into just yet. 43 I'll discuss the relation between symbols and packages in more detail in Chapter 21. 44 Of course, other levels of correctness exist in Lisp, as in other languages ...
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