Dr. Brown's Scheme Reference

Online Language References
Here are some online resources to scheme and programming in scheme:

Scheme Interpreters
We'll use drscheme, which is freely available for Unix, PCs, Macs, etc. I find guile kind of intriguing. It's a scheme interpreter designed to be easy to embed in a C/C++ program, and easy tie in as a macro language for your C/C++ program. It's part of the gnu suite, and comes standard with most Unix distros. Finally, how about LispMe, a scheme interpreter that runs under PalmOS. I've got it running on my Palm T3 right now. Who needs a calculator program when you've got a scheme interpreter!

Christopher W Brown
Last modified: Tue Jan 13 10:54:46 EST 2004