The less familiar parts of Lisp for beginners — summary B & C

I’ve written a few posts about features of the Lisp language that a newcomer arriving from C++ might not have encountered.  I’m going through them alphabetically, so here is a summary page of the functions beginning with the letters ‘B’ and ‘C’:






I’m skipping over several interesting functions because they’re more usefully described along with related functions that we haven’t yet encountered.  These include broadcast-stream-streams, compiler-macro-function, concatenated-stream-streams, copy-pprint-dispatch, copy-readtable, and copy-symbol.

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