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  • SKILL for the Skilled: SKILL++ hi App Forms

    One way to learn how to use the SKILL++ Object System is by extending an application which already exists. Once you understand how extension by inheritance works, it will be easier to implement SKILL++ applications from the ground up. I.e., if you understand inheritance, you can better architect your...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Weblog) by Team SKILL on Mon, Dec 2 2013
  • SKILL for the Skilled: Part 2, Many Ways to Sum a List

    In the previous posting, SKILL for the Skilled: Many Ways to Sum a List (Part 1 ) , I showed a couple of ways to arithmetically sum up a given list of numbers. In particular, I presenting the following function definition. (defun sumlist_1b (numbers) (apply plus numbers)) In this posting, (Part 2), we'll...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Weblog) by Team SKILL on Mon, Sep 10 2012
  • SKILL for the Skilled: Part 1, Many Ways to Sum a List

    A while back I presented a one day SKILL++ seminar to a group of beginner and advanced SKILL programmers. One example I showed was Variations on how to sum a list of numbers . This is a good example because the problem itself is easy to understand, so the audience can concentrate on the solution techniques...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Weblog) by Team SKILL on Wed, Sep 5 2012
  • A Moment to Mourn -- John McCarthy, Father of Lisp

    Here lies a Lisper Uninterned from this mortal package Yet not gc'd While we retain pointers to his memory [Author unknown] Last week (October 23rd, 2011 or 24th depending on which source you read) we lost Dr. John McCarthy, one of the great contributors to the field of computer science. I'd...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Weblog) by Team SKILL on Mon, Oct 31 2011
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