Implementing your own Lisp

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Implementing your own Lisp can be a very rewarding experience.

The easiest possible way is to follow the Mal (Make a Lisp) - clojure-like lisp guide with implementations in pretty-much every programming language, including self-hosted implementation.

Another great resource is Build Your Own Lisp, wich can be also useful if you want to learn C (or refresh your memory).

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