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Simply Scheme: Introducing Computer Science

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Simply Scheme: Introducing Computer Science
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Publisher: The MIT Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0262082810
ISBN-13: 9780262082815
Number of pages: 611

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For anyone learning the Scheme programming language, the second edition of 'Simply Scheme: Introducing Computer Science' provides a very digestible textbook-style introductory tutorial to this powerful and elegant language.

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