FAH and LISP? (resolved)

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FAH and LISP? (resolved)

Postby larrym82 » Sun Nov 20, 2011 1:27 am

Hello,

On the machine currently running FAH v7.38 under Windows XP, I also have Ubuntu 11.? installed. I'm certain I can get 6.23 installed without trouble, but have a question:

I like to use that machine to play around with LISP programming and I wonder, if I do so would I be putting the science at risk, i.e. with errors, etc. I am a sort of brute force programmer who makes LOTS of mistakes. I have yet to crash the machine while working with LISP though.

Any feedback is appreciated.

Larry
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Re: FAH and LISP?

Postby Ivoshiee » Sun Nov 20, 2011 7:13 am

You are free to play around with your computers as you like, no need to worry about FAH science. Go for LISP!
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Re: FAH and LISP?

Postby Napoleon » Sun Nov 20, 2011 10:02 am

Oh no, not LITHP! It can do therious damage to your rigth! Even worthe than deleting fileth at random with thudo! A band on thip! A band on thip! Titanic!!!
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Re: FAH and LISP?

Postby larrym82 » Sun Nov 20, 2011 7:59 pm

((((((!?)))))
ERROR! Unbalanced parenthesis.
Seriously, Thanks Ivoshiee
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Re: FAH and LISP?

Postby Ivoshiee » Sun Nov 20, 2011 8:36 pm

larrym82 wrote:((((((!?)))))
ERROR! Unbalanced parenthesis.
Seriously, Thanks Ivoshiee

You are welcome.
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Re: FAH and LISP?

Postby Jesse_V » Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:17 pm

Looks like the issue is already taken care of, but I just wanted to point out that F@h designs their clients to run at an extremely low priority, so they should back off for your other applications. F@h also has built-in error checks that catch most issues before the cause scientific problems, so don't worry about that either. Have fun with Lithp. :D
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