Now, this reminds me of my first computer and my first programming… As you see, this interpretes the good old Apple Basic
Here is yet another Lisp interpreter. It would be interesting to see some comparison amongst the ones referenced here.
The choice of instructions and some of the implementations of the composite functions were taken from Roger Rohrbach’s Lisp in Awk interpreter. The syntax is standard, and only integer arithmetic is available. Primarily because it is easy to implement, scoping is dynamic as in original Lisp and unlike modern Lisp or Scheme.
Robert Tolksdorf, Networked Information Systems, FU Berlin, is-research.
(Programming languages for the Java Virtual Machine is a list of programming languages for the Java virtual machine aside of Java itself)