Peter Norvig created JScheme, a Lisp Scheme dialect written in Java.
It was created in 1998 and it has since been forked, extended and used quite extensively
in other modern projects for the web and elsewhere. The C lisp interpreter is based
on the JScheme interpreter. The JScheme code is copyrighted to Peter Norvig
This is only a modifications to make our Lisp even lighter than it was originally.
Norvig's most recent implementation of JScheme contains 1905 lines of Java code.
This implementation contains 2000 lines of C code wrapped in additional Javadoc comments,
including implementations of list, hashtable datastructures.
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