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Evaluation Order and Infinite Lists

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The forms discussed.eval-order.scmSlide context--
Constant functions with problematic actual parameter expressions.evaluation-problems-0.scmSlide contextText book context-
A more concrete version of the infinite calculation from above.evaluation-problems-details.scmSlide contextText book context-
An example of a Scheme expression without a normal form.infinite-expression.scmSlide contextText book context-
Scheme expressions - some of which are in normal form.normal-not-normal-form-examples.scmSlide contextText book context-
The necessary Scheme stuff to evaluate the expression.fib-fak.scmSlide contextText book context-
A principled implementation of delay and force in Scheme.delay-force-principle.scmSlide contextText book context-
Real implementations of delay and force.delay-force.scmSlide contextText book context-
Stream primitives.stream-primitives.scmSlide contextText book context-
An implementation of cons-stream in R5RS Scheme.stream.scmSlide contextText book context-
All Scheme stream stuff collected in one file.stream-stuff.scmSlide contextText book context-
The sieve stream function.sieve.scmSlide contextText book context-

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