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Scheme is a functional programming language of the [[lisp]] family. Praised for its minimalist design, Scheme also pioneers the [[lexical scope]], tail-call optimization and first class continuation.
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Scheme is a programming language of the [[:Category:Lisp|Lisp]] family. Praised for its minimalist design, Scheme is [[lexical scope|lexcially scoped]], requires tail-call optimization and pioneered first class continuations.
  
== Implementation ==
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using color schemes to hint at ctxneot is usefulAgreed. beyond that: you are totally crazyCorey?  Crazy?  Agreed.  It should always be black on whiteBah.  Green on black.  White as a background is just more strain on the eyes.
 
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=== Guile ===
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[[Guile]] is the GNU Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extensions, the official extension language for the GNU operating system.
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=== Racket ===
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Formerly known as PLT Scheme
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== Major Mode for editing Scheme ==  
 
== Major Mode for editing Scheme ==  
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== Minor Mode for editing Scheme ==
 
== Minor Mode for editing Scheme ==
  
* [http://mumble.net/~campbell/emacs/paredit.el ParEdit] is a mode for structured editing of [[S-expression]]s. Useful with any Lisp.
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* [[Paredit]] is a mode for structured editing of [[S-expression]]s. Useful with any Lisp.
* [https://github.com/jlr/rainbow-delimiters RainbowDelimiters] highlights parentheses, brackets, and braces according to their depth, each level in a different colour. Also available in [[ELPA]].
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* [[Rainbow_delimiters]] highlights parentheses, brackets, and braces according to their depth, each level in a different colour. Also available in [[ELPA]].
 
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== Useful Links ==
 
== Useful Links ==

Latest revision as of 14:40, 24 June 2012

Scheme is a programming language of the Lisp family. Praised for its minimalist design, Scheme is lexcially scoped, requires tail-call optimization and pioneered first class continuations.

using color schemes to hint at ctxneot is usefulAgreed. beyond that: you are totally crazyCorey? Crazy? Agreed. It should always be black on whiteBah. Green on black. White as a background is just more strain on the eyes.

Major Mode for editing Scheme[edit]

Minor Mode for editing Scheme[edit]

  • Paredit is a mode for structured editing of S-expressions. Useful with any Lisp.
  • Rainbow_delimiters highlights parentheses, brackets, and braces according to their depth, each level in a different colour. Also available in ELPA.

Useful Links[edit]