Practical Common Lisp is a very worthwhile book.
There are many fine implementations of Common Lisp. I'm using SBCL.
SBCL has a REPL. However, it use readline, so we may want to invoke it like
* (+ 2 2) 4 * "Hello, world." "Hello, world." * (format t "Hello, world.") Hello, world. NIL * (defun hello (who) (format t (concatenate 'string "Hello, " who))) HELLO * (hello "world") Hello, world NIL * (load "~/tmp/mycode.lisp") T * (quit)
Lisp source code files are traditionally named with the extension
.lisp or sometimes
Pipe current buffer contents to the REPL like
:[range]w !sbcl --noinform, and possibly add something like this to your .vimrc:
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