I’ve got a fairly terrible draft of a quickref sheet for Common Lisp. This should be enough to recall the most common/needed commands, but it’s fairly terrible at this point. That said, it might be useful for someone out there: CL-PocketMod draft 1 For reference, the prior quickrefs are here: [link]
More quick reference booklets: Vim PocketMod draft 1 (new) Python PocketMod draft 1 (new) Scheme PocketMod draft 3 (updated) I don’t really need the qr for Python, but I thought it might be good to have ready should a friend a coworker wish to start learning Python. As for Vim, the reference is certainly terrible […]
For your Scheme quick reference needs: As a PocketMod, a 6-letter booklet you can print at home. Print, fold, and cut. Also, source available, posted on codepad.org. Reformat as needed. A while back I had explored the problem of the “ideal” programming language quick-reference card.