kilo-lisp is an actively used programming language created in 2019. Kilo LISP is a small interpreter for purely symbolic LISP. Its source consists of 25K bytes of comprehensible code (20KB C, 5KB LISP) and it runs in 64K bytes of memory. None the less it offers: lexical scoping, tail call elimination, macros, quasiquotation, variable-argument functions, constant-space garbage collection, image files, keyboard interrupt handling
- the kilo-lisp website
- kilo-lisp first appeared in 2019
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Example code from the web:
((a . b) . c) (a . (b . c)) ((a . b) . (c . d))
Last updated February 18th, 2020