Scheme 9 from Empty Space by Nils M Holm

Scheme 9 from Empty Space

Scheme 9 from Empty Space
by Nils M Holm

Publisher: Lulu Press 2007
ISBN/ASIN: B00262VJBO
Number of pages: 130

Description:
Scheme 9 from Empty Space reproduces the completely self-contained and heavily commented C and Scheme source code to an interpreter for a broad subset of the Scheme programming language. By means of extensive annotations, examples, and numerous figures, it answers a lot of questions about crafting an interpreter.

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