Today was a a discussion about a not-too-relevant footnote about the origin of Lisp-parentheses.
I did not surf too much, but here's some finds: the quotes of some
original paper in the following link
seems to confirm what I said (namely that it was planned to add M-expression to the lisp S-expressions) but it never came around (or never gained acceptance).
The following one discusses that List-expressions are just a representation of ASTs
Hi, I uploaded some hints (plus some ``discussion'') for exerce one. For a good solution at an exam, not so much text and explanations would generally be required, but I added some here.
There was a missing line in the definition of regular languages in the handout. (In the slides it was ok). But that has been repaired on the handout as well.
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