Whatever is on your mind, whether Lisp related or not.
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AS I READ THE POST, THERE ARE A LOT OF DIFFERENT MEANINGS FOR NEWBIE. I AM TRUELY A NEWBIE. RIIGHT NOW PYTHON, LISP, ARC SEEM THE LANGUAES I AM DRAWN TO. PYTHON SEEMS THE EASIEST. BUT I AM STILL LEARNING. I HAVE TRYED TO DOWNLOAD ARC, NO DICE. I TRYED SLIME, NO DICE. I HAVE BEEN WORKING PLT SCHEME TUTORIAL. THAT SEEMS TO BE WORKING. THESE ARE JUST COMMENTS, FROM A TRUE NEWBIE. ONE OF THE THINGS THAT IS COMMON IN LEARNING SOMETHING NEW. IS THAT THE GUYS WHO GET IT EASY, DON'T GET IT WHY SOME DON'T.
But turn it off first!TheGZeus wrote:Rip out your caps lock key and I won't hate you.
This software works for most people. Did you try to get some help making them run? It took me a while to get a working Common Lisp setup and actually load libraries into it, but it got ironed out in the end.gaitdoctor wrote:I HAVE TRYED TO DOWNLOAD ARC, NO DICE. I TRYED SLIME, NO DICE.