Scheme Programming with MIT/GNU Scheme

Scheme is a programming language. It is a dialect (derivative) of Lisp. It was originally developed by Guy Steele and Gerald Sussman in 1975. It is a functional programming language and has lexical scoping, tail-recursion, applicative order reduction, first-class functions, first-class continuations, garbage collection and uses lambda calculus.

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