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ESA : A clim library for writing emacs-style applications. / Labri, Robert Strandh; Murray, David; Henriksen, Troels; Rhodes, Christophe.

2007 International Lisp Conference, ILC '07. 2009. 24.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningfagfællebedømt

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Labri, RS, Murray, D, Henriksen, T & Rhodes, C 2009, ESA: A clim library for writing emacs-style applications. i 2007 International Lisp Conference, ILC '07., 24, 2007 International Lisp Conference, ILC '07, Cambridge, Storbritannien, 01/04/2007. https://doi.org/10.1145/1622123.1622150

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Labri, R. S., Murray, D., Henriksen, T., & Rhodes, C. (2009). ESA: A clim library for writing emacs-style applications. I 2007 International Lisp Conference, ILC '07 [24] https://doi.org/10.1145/1622123.1622150

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Labri RS, Murray D, Henriksen T, Rhodes C. ESA: A clim library for writing emacs-style applications. I 2007 International Lisp Conference, ILC '07. 2009. 24 https://doi.org/10.1145/1622123.1622150

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Labri, Robert Strandh ; Murray, David ; Henriksen, Troels ; Rhodes, Christophe. / ESA : A clim library for writing emacs-style applications. 2007 International Lisp Conference, ILC '07. 2009.

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