Generic function interface to standard Common Lisp functions
Does generic-cl work for you? In recent months, u/alex-gutev worked on it to separate it out into smaller subsystems.
An extensible iteration macro library.
This is an extensible iteration library, that has the generic for…over: https://github.com/Shinmera/for
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A common lisp library to unify access to common dictionary-like data-structures
ps: related: how to access an element in all the lisp sequences, generically? I like access for that: https://github.com/AccelerationNet/access (and generic-cl
FSet, the functional collections library for Common Lisp.
You might want to look at FSet.
it was all CL all along
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The unreasonable effectiveness of f-strings and re.VERBOSE
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New to lisp. Not new to programming.
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Question from a new Lisper
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Common Lisp intermediate book recommendation
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