I'm working on a school project that includes LISP code examples. I've found many examples in library books, but still need something.
Could someone send me a source code listing of a simple lisp database program that I could adapt. The record structures would be similar to an address book. I must have Name, address, age (integer) and ten float numbers (for grades). I must enable the user to save to file, retrieve and update the records. I must also sort them.
-- Benjamin Shults Email: bshu...@math.utexas.edu Department of Mathematics Phone: (512) 471-7711 ext. 208 University of Texas at Austin WWW: http://www.ma.utexas.edu/users/bshults Austin, TX 78712 USA FAX: (512) 471-9038 (attn: Benjamin Shults)
| I am trying to convert a complex list (list of lists) into a string. | The list looks something like this: | | ((2 3) (3 4) (4 5)) | | I want it to look like this: | | "((2 3) (3 4) (4 5))" | | Does anyone know how this can be done with relative ease?
see the section of the Lisp printer in your Lisp reference.