Practical Common Lisp Practical Common Lisp / tutorial / free

This is a book that takes a more practical approach to learning the Common LISP language. Every other chapter takes you though the creation process of a potentially useful application and explains each part of its creation in detail. Arguably one of the better Common Lisp books out there.
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