Re: S-expressions vs. XML
One other point: Don't confuse LISP and s-exprs, as a few posts I've just seen on this kind of do. s-exprs are a way of writing information, kind of like XML. LISP is a language based around an s-expr data model that happens to use s-exprs also for its written syntax, kind of like XSLT. ABS -- Oh, pilot of the storm who leaves no trace, Like thoughts inside a dream Heed the path that led me to that place, Yellow desert screen
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