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Introduction to Functional Programming in Scheme

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A Lisp form - A Scheme function.sample-scheme-function.scmSlide context--
A sample session with Scheme using a read eval print loop.repl-sessionSlide context--
The function from the general library that converts different kinds of data to a number.general.scmSlide context--
Simple examples of lambda expressions.simple-lambda-expressions.scmSlide context--
An example of an error in let.how-many-hours-minutes-seconds-with-let.scmSlide context--
A typical example using sequential name binding.how-many-hours-minutes-secondsSlide context--
A typical example using sequential name binding - all details.how-many-hours-minutes-seconds-full.scmSlide context--
An schematic example of a typical application of letrec for local definition of two mutually recursive functions.letrec-exSlide context--
A function g with four free names a, b, c, and d.free-names-1.scmSlide context--
A function g with four free names a, b, c, and d - statically bound in an outer let in Scheme.free-names-2.scmSlide context--
A function g with four bounded names a, b, c, and d - passing many parameters from f to g.free-names-3.scmSlide context--
Illustration of the use of fluid-let for temporary reassignment of relatively global variables.fluid-let-1.scmSlide context--
Rewriting an expression in various ways - use of referential transparency.ref-trans.scmSlide context--

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