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Scheme is a functional programming language that is a dialect of Lisp. It has a minimalist design with a standard specification and many implementations.

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I was wondering what unique features I can learn from Scheme that would help me become a better programmer? I have a lot experience in mainstream languages, and I am looking to expand my horizons … lacking in other languages? Aside from the Lisp syntax, I feel like what I have seen so far I've already encountered in other languages. What is unique to Scheme/Lisp that will teach me something new? …
asked Dec 29 '10 by bunglestink