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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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When reading the famous SICP, I found the authors seem rather reluctant to introduce the assignment statement to Scheme in Chapter 3. I read the text and kind of understand why they feel so. As … Scheme is the first functional programming language I ever know something about, I am kind of surprised that there are some functional programming languages (not Scheme of course) can do without …
asked Apr 12 '12 by Gnijuohz