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LISP Programming Language?

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tipu_sultan

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While using AutoCAD I came to know that there is a language exist LISP.
I searched about it and got many information.
But I want to ask that " Is there any logic to use LISP in AutoCAD?"
There is also many other language like C, C++, C#, JAVA etc... but in AutoCAD using LISP.
Is AutoCAD supports the other Languages?

And which type of this language is it?
Means structure programming or Object-Oriented Language.?

Is there any possibilities that one can change the program written in LISP in to C, C++ etc or Vice Versa?
 

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I think LISP is a small chunks of program which is write to do any particular task .
 

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