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Definitions of cons in various dictionaries:
noun - an argument opposed to a proposal
noun - a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
noun - a swindle in which you cheat at gambling or persuade a person to buy worthless property
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Alcatraz population, once|
|Reasons to vote no|
|Big house residents|
|Takes to the cleaners|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|pros and bconsb. plural noun. the favorable and the unfavorable factors or reasons advantages and disadvantages. British Dictionary definitions for pros and bconsb Expand.|
|Plural form of con.|
|A data structure in LISP that is a pair of pointers, car and cdr, used mainly for lists.|
|To obtain a list from a cons or a nesting of conses to prepend an element to a list by forming a cons of that element and the list to obtain a list from a smaller one by repeated application of such kind of prepending.|
|Third-person singular simple present indicative form of con.|
|Persuade (someone) to do or believe something by lying to them.|
|An instance of deceiving or tricking someone.|
|A disadvantage of or argument against something.|
|Study attentively or learn by heart (a piece of writing)|
In computer programming, cons ( or ) is a fundamental function in most dialects of the Lisp programming language. cons constructs memory objects which hold two values or pointers to values. These objects are referred to as (cons) cells, conses, non-atomic s-expressions ("NATSes"), or (cons) pairs. In Lisp jargon, the expression "to cons x onto y" means to construct a new object with (cons x y). The resulting pair has a left half, referred to as the car (the first element, or content of address register), and a right half (the second element, or content of decrement register), referred to as the cdr.|
* It is loosely related to the object-oriented notion of a constructor, which creates a new object given arguments, and more closely related to the constructor function of an algebraic data type system.
* The word "cons" and expressions like "to cons onto" are also part of a more general functional programming jargon. Sometimes operators that have a similar purpose, especially in the context of