[r-t] Writing method display software

Alan Burlison alan.burlison at gmail.com
Mon Nov 30 15:18:45 UTC 2015

> But I know I am in the minority in having the
> background and temperament to believe it has these properties; and my
> fashion sense is obviously quite dated (like Fortran, Lisp's roots are in
> the 1950s; and you don't want to see how I dress).

Lisp has a big influence on many of the FP languages which are
currently in vogue, in fact one of them, Clojure, is really just a
dialect of Lisp :-)


You can start wearing those flares in the wardrobe again and claim you
are bleeding edge ;-)

Alan Burlison

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