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Common LISP

since unknown year (earliest usage recorded on this site was 1986)

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undoingemptyvoid - 1 years
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brettsky - 1 years
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dfan - 3 years
nnrcschmdt - 1 years
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givas - 1 years
marcelor - 2 years
audreyr - 1 years
cstejerean - 3 years
eddymul - 12 years
adityo - 11 years
ghoseb - 2 years
alexsuraci - 1 years
PaulM - 8 years
Kanru - 8 years
greyfade - 7 years
mgrbyte - 4 years
1986
Used in college for AI class (of course) and specifically for a senior project on pattern based natural language learning and parsing. Fun, thought it was an awesome language. Am working through a Ruby book to learn ruby while implementing a subset of LISP.
1995–2005
Undergrad and grad school
2001
Learned for my AI course in my undergrad.
2001–2003
Used in AI class in college
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2002–2004
I so wanted this to be the perfect language for me, and I never forgave it for its failure to do so. Too much baggage for it ever to become that language.
2004–2005
Learnt it enough to complete the cl-ncurses library. Enjoyed it a lot but it is too weird and advanced for my daily use.
2004–
Paul Graham sounded smart, especially after he wrote one of the first modern spam filters. He said Lisp was good, so I tried it. I haven't looked back.
2004
Learned because everyone said it was cool. Wrote a few applications with it and decided it didn't fit my thought process.
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Picked it up for my foray into Lisp languages. Scared off by the bloat, landed on Scheme instead.
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