This book gives a defining description of the programming
language Scheme. It provides fundamental ideas of the language and describe the
notational conventions used for describing the language and for writing programs
in the language.
Author(s): Richard Kelsey, William Clinger
and Jonathan Rees
This page covers the following
topics related to Scheme : Enter Scheme, Data types, Forms, Conditionals,
Lexical variables, Recursion, I/O, Macros, Structures, Alists and tables, System
interface, Objects and classes, Jumps, Nondeterminism, Engines, Shell scripts,
The Scheme Programming Language, which documents the standard subset
of the language. The book offers three chapters of introductory material with
numerous examples, eight chapters of reference material, and one chapter of
extended examples and additional exercises. All of the examples can be entered
directly from the keyboard into an interactive Scheme session.