Report Number: CS-TR-73-356
Institution: Stanford University, Department of Computer Science
Author: Smith, David Canfield
Author: Enea, Horace J.
Date: May 1973
Abstract: MLISP2 is a high-level programming language based on LISP.
1. The notation of MLISP. 2. Extensibility---the ability to
extend the language and to define new languages. 3. Pattern
matching---the ability to match input against context free or
sensitive patterns. 4. Backtracking--the ability to set
decision points, manipulate contexts and backtrack.