The sources of these small Common-Lisp programs can be downloaded via git. Use the following command to fetch them:
git clone git://git.informatimago.com/public/small-cl-pgms
Implements the lisp of AIM-8 (4 MARCH 1959 by John McCarthy).
The sources of LISP 1.5 in machine readable form. See "More information" for perhaps the latest version.
Implements a parser and a REPL for the M-expressions defined in AIM-8 (4 MARCH 1959 by John McCarthy).
The Wang's algorithm, implemented in LISP 1 on IBM 704 in March 1960 still runs well on Common Lisp in 2006.
This is a simple structural editor to edit lisp sources considered as syntactic forests.
But not so ugly. Can generate the parser in lisp and in pseudo-basic.
This program computes an "author signature" from a text, with the algorithm from http://unix.dsu.edu/~johnsone/comp.html
Assuming an Adam and an Eve 20 years old each, assuming the current US life table, and assuming an "intensive" reproduction rate, with gene selection, simulate the population growth during 80 years and draw the final age pyramid.
A solitaire playing program. The user just watch the program play solitaire.
A small life game program.
This program tries to resolve the Cube Puzzle, where a cube composed of 27 smaller cubes linked with a thread must be recomposed.
Three Common-Lisp quines (autogenerating programs).
The famous Geek Day games by userfriendly.org's Illiad. See: http://ars.userfriendly.org/cartoons/?id=20021215