The Scheme Programming Language: ANSI Scheme
by R. Kent Dybvig
Publisher: Prentice Hall 1996
Number of pages: 272
This book is a straightforward, no-nonsense introduction to Scheme, and in its second edition brings the material up to date with respect to the ANSI standard. It covers the properties and features of Scheme; Scheme programming for the novice and advanced Scheme programmer; and Scheme's procedures and syntactic forms.
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