I Built a Lisp Compiler
I think many progammers dream building their own game or programming language. We sure love to build tool.
Tim Morgan did that. He followed another project call Mal, which we linked to before to make a Lisp interpreter. Once learn enough, Tim think that if they could make a List interpreter, they could probably repeat to make a compiler for Mal. Tim achived their goal and encourage us to do same.
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