Tell me where to get examples of programs (more complicated than "Helloworld"), preferably with a description. Because after reading a few books in my head vinigret. Thank you in advance.
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I myself do not program CL, everything I write here: the result of reading and participating in srachs on the ENT.
As I understand it, PCL is already read.
In addition, there are several lisperov who have their own projects. I am sure you can learn from their code:
There are many more active lispers, but I did not find them on the githaba.
There is also http://common-lisp.net/ , but many libraries are too old there.
In general, quite a lot of lispers live on the ENT, so that there you can find additional info.
Speaking of srachs on the ENT. According to their results, a good faq was created https://www.linux.org.ru/wiki/en/lisp-lor-faq, which deals with literature and examples.
Using EMACS and StumpWM (window manager tuning in Common Lisp) is a great daily practice.