My Lisp App Reviews

By Laurent Rodier

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My Lisp app review

My Lisp App Info

  • 55 Ratings
  • Price: $3.99
  • Category: Developer Tools
  • Updated: Nov 30 -0001
  • Version: 1.85
  • Size: 17.13 MB
  • Seller: Laurent Rodier
  • © Laurent Rodier

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Customer Reviews of the My Lisp App

Simply Awesome

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jedishrfu's Review of My Lisp

Reviewed on 11/23/20 1:01 PM

This app is awesome. It’s simple, minimal and easy to use if you know the lisp language. I wish it had graphics capability for games, artwork and charting, sound/ audio capabilities and some interactive capability for screen touch and screen orientation like Pythonista and Codea provide. And access to system functions like the date and time and filesystem. I wish it had a prolog interpreter with lisp source available and an external repository of lisp code like rosettacode.org

Undefined functions

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bm_mehran's Review of My Lisp

Reviewed on 11/23/20 1:01 PM

It’s wast of money since most of functions in Autolisp language is not defined in library of this app . For example setq Getint getpoint and so on . Idk how should i use this app considering this point . Reply to developer : Could you tell me where i would be able to find list of functions in this program ( in order to find equivalent ones to Aulolisp)

Amazing

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1tracksystem's Review of My Lisp

Reviewed on 11/23/20 1:01 PM

I’m in love with this app. The experience of reading the lambda white paper and being able to work through it myself ON MY iPHONE is phenomenal. To any philosophers-in-training out there who are studying “quantitative reasoning,” buy this app now and you can stop asking “what will I use symbolic logic for.” It’s like giving Plato a graphing calculator. Plato’s updated slogan may as well be “let no one know enter philosophy who does not know Lisp.”