Scheme (programming language) facts for kids
|Paradigm||multi-paradigm: functional, procedural, meta|
|Designed by||Guy L. Steele and Gerald Jay Sussman|
|Stable release||R6RS (ratified standard) / 2007|
|Typing discipline||strong, dynamic|
|Filename extensions||.scm, .ss|
|Many. See Category:Scheme implementations|
|Lisp, ALGOL, MDL|
Scheme is a programming language. It is one of the two dialects of LISP in widespread use today. The other dialect of LISP widely used is Common lisp. Scheme is often used as a teaching tool; to teach computer science students functional programming.
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