Scheme 9 from Empty Space
by Nils M Holm
Publisher: Lulu Press 2007
Number of pages: 130
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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by R. Kent Dybvig - MIT Press
This book provides an introduction to the Scheme programming language but not an introduction to programming in general. The reader is expected to have had some experience programming and to be familiar with terms commonly associated with computers.
by Brian Harvey, Matthew Wright - The MIT Press
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.
by M. Felleisen, R. Findler, M. Flatt, S. Krishnamurthi, P. Steckler
This tutorial bridges the gap between the basic steps of how to design programs and how to design large programs. It will introduce you to some basic ideas, such as file input and output, to more advanced things, such simple GUI design.
by Jonathan Tang - Wikibooks
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