XLISP Home Page

David Betz

XLISP 3.0 is a superset of the Scheme dialect of Lisp with extensions to support object-oriented programming.

Eventually, this page will contain information about XLISP and my other projects.

Here are the latest sources for XLISP including a new license (updated 9/13/02):

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Here is a simple web page written with the new xlispcgi web application framework I'm developing.

Here are the latest sources for BOB. (updated 5/24/05)

Here are the latest sources for the CS conferencing system. (updated 2/1/01)

Here is a users guide to the ZIL programming language used by Infocom to develop their excellent works of interactive fiction back in the 1980's.

Here is a description of ZIP, the Z-Language Interpreter Program.

I was given permission to release these manuals by Activision, the current owners of the Infocom intellectual property.

Here is a scan of the instruction set of the Litton Industries Monrobot Mark XI Computer. This is a computer that was made back in the 1960's. The Monrobot XI was the first computer I ever programmed back when I was in eighth grade.

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