- Nov 17, 2012, 9:16:48 AM (9 years ago)
v4 v5 108 108 We do this to make a procedure and associated symbol private to this frame of environment. Each procedure has its own frame of environment, linked to the parent environment, in which the function was created. 109 109 110 So, the global environment is just a list of frames and pre-defined bindings. Each frame is a list of bindings. Everything in Lisp logically is a list of pair. This one of the sources of its magic. 110 So, the global environment is just a list of . 111 111 112 112 '''let'''