Why we use Lisp?
You need a programming language to program smart things for CAD. There is a lot of choice …
So why on earth would we program in Lisp?Good question!
Lisp (historically LISP) is a family of programming languages with a long history. Lisp (1958) is the second-oldest high-level programming language in widespread use today.
Lisp is an old balanced programming language and very much alive.
CAD processes are easy to automate with the help of Lisp.
- It is cross-platform and also works on Mac and Linux systems, where VisualBasic and .NET are not an option.
- Millions of programs have been written in Lisp. An investment that should not be overlooked. Lisp is a “keeper”.
- Lisp does what it’s supposed to do.
- Lisp has third-party support available. (like NedCAD)
- Results can often be obtained faster and cheaper.
- Lisp is often used to support ARX / BRX.
Lisp routines that no longer work?
After an update or new version of a CAD package?
We can offer you a solution.
More informationPlease contact us to discuss the possibilities.