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A function written in Lisp is a list that looks like this:
(Such a list is called a "lambda expression" for historical reasons,
even though it is not really an expression at all--it is not a form
that can be evaluated meaningfully.)
- Lambda Components
- The parts of a lambda expression.
- Simple Lambda
- A simple example.
- Argument List
- Details and special features of argument lists.
- Function Documentation
- How to put documentation in a function.
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