Elisp API Cheatsheet

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A symbol is an object with a unique name, it has 4 components: a name, a variable value, a function definition and a property list.

The “sequence” type is the union of two other Lisp types: lists and arrays.

4 types of arrays: vectors, strings, char-tables and bool-vectors.

The common property that all sequences have is that each is an ordered collection of elements.

A “generator” is a function that produces a potentially-infinite stream of values.

Each time the function produces a value, it suspends itself and waits for a caller to request the next value.

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