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Portable Standard Lisp

Portable Standard Lisp (PSL) was an effort to create a standard specification for one of the various dialects of the programming language Lisp in the early 1980s. The goal was to make sure that Lisp programs could be easily moved between different computers and implementations without needing to change the code. PSL did not become as widely adopted as hoped, but it influenced later standards like Common Lisp which made greater strides in unifying the diverse set of Lisps available at that time.

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