Comparing and Contrasting Common Lisp, Scheme, and Dylan tutorial 
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 Comparing and Contrasting Common Lisp, Scheme, and Dylan tutorial

The Association of Lisp Users is pleased to announce a tutorial
scheduled for the Fourth International Lisp Users and Vendors
Conference, LUV'94, being held at the Berkeley Marina Marriott,
Berkeley, CA, August 15-19, 1994.

12. Comparing and Contrasting Common Lisp, Scheme, and Dylan

    An overview of these three languages, with emphasis on where they
    overlap and how they differ, for programmers who need to move back
    and forth between them.    

    Date:          1pm-5pm, Tuesday, August 16, 1994
    Instructor:    Kent Pitman (Harlequin)
                    and probably another party yet to be named.
    Prerequisite:  Basic knowledge of programming concepts.
    Fee:           $50 for full-time students or full-time academics
                   $125 normal registration
                   $175 late registration (received after 8-Jul-94)

Note that class sizes are limited, and tutorials are subject to
instructor subsitution, schedule change, or cancellation due to
insufficient early enrollment.  For more information, see the posting of
LUV'94 conference and registration form, contact the conference
organizer below or see http://www.*-*-*.com/


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Barry Margolin
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