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Why should you learn LISP?
The short answer is you shouldn’t, you are being made to learn it in your
Computer Science course. There are very few jobs in LISP outside of Universities
and research centers, so it probably isn’t going to make you a whole lot of
money. Bear in mind though, LISP is the language of Artificial Intelligence, and
if AI makes it really big it could be a handy language to know. Luckily LISP is quite easy to learn, even if you don’t know much about
programming. It actually can be quite fun as well, because you just type a
command into the interpreter and you can have it evaluated immediately. The best
way to learn LISP is to know how to do the examples below. Once you learn a few
basics the rest of the language opens up to you.