Thank you for the frontal lisp exercises

Thank you for the frontal lisp exercises. I am working with my 6 year old to correct this. I will let you know how he progresses!

Common LISP: A Gentle Introduction to Symbolic Computation (Dover Books on Engineering)

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  • Speech therapists tend to avoid the word "lisp," but the term is widely used for speech patterns that do not produce a clear sound. Several types of speech impediments can cause this problem, but they can be divided into two categories. Try the exercises for a frontal lisp if your sounds like or generally muffled. Skip down to the lateral lisp exercises if your sounds "slushy" or places your tongue back against your soft palate.

    Speech therapists tend to avoid the word "lisp," but the term is widely used for speech patterns that do not produce a clear sound. Several types of speech impediments can cause this problem, but they can be divided into two categories. Try the exercises for a frontal lisp if your sounds like or generally muffled. Skip down to the lateral lisp exercises if your sounds "slushy" or places your tongue back against your soft palate.

  • Can anyone recommend any Lisp exercises to be done inside of Emacs to both exercise Lisp and Emacs usage? Perhaps also while completing the Ruby Koans?

    Cydnee's lisp exercises using words that stress the letters "s", "c", and "x". She is having fun with these and we are very proud of her for taking on these exercises.

    Tea Pot
    Just in Time
    Justin Bieber
    Strawberries
    Sand Castle
    San Francisco
    Fetalsana
    Cydnee Fetalsana
    Monster
    Coconut
    Salad Dressing
    Fixing
    Pigs in a blanket
    One Direction
    Ask a question
    Exercise
    Sydney
    Australia
    Money Bags
    Orange Juice
    Pancakes

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    The The Little Schemer is a book of Lisp exercises. You need to be aware that some of them are impossible in Emacs Lisp, as it doesn't support closures.

    It is also focused on teaching recursion to non-programmers, meaning that you won't cover the full range of Lisp statements (most exercises just use (cond ...) recursively.)

    I really enjoyed it though.

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    Can you change title to something like Common lisp exercise problems? coz I think its somewhat misleading. – Pratik Deoghare Feb 11 '10 at 4:42

    Perhaps he would be so kind as to explain to the newer people *HOW* it's possible to have a script do what was described there? As the wheel was invented before the ferrari, and the title clearly states "Autolisp beginners exercises", that may be helpful.

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In general, you don't have to use a strict Common Lisp exercisesource: a problem statement or a specification can be implemented inany programming language, including Common Lisp, even if the author ofthe problem had another specific programming language in mind. Ofcourse, that means that some exercises become trivial, and other maybe more difficult, so some adaptation may be needed: just take it aspart of the exercise ;-)