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Re^3: If Perl was my first language...

by broquaint (Abbot)
on Jul 09, 2004 at 06:08 UTC ( #373053=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: If Perl was my first language...
in thread If Perl was my first language...

A good place to start with Scheme on Windows is DrScheme, as it has a nice GUI with some decent documentation to boot and works straight out of the box (see. zip file). Bringing it back to perl, the ever-inventive Autrijus has made Inline::MzScheme which allows you to interface with mzscheme within perl. If that's not enough the industrious samtregar has created Inline::Guile which is an interface to Guile, the GNU implementation of Scheme (as I understand it).



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Re^4: If Perl was my first language...
by kiat (Vicar) on Jul 09, 2004 at 13:02 UTC
    Thanks, broquaint!

    I just installed DrScheme and I'm now having a little fun with the parentheses :)


      While not a new language per say, you might be interested in a module I have written called fp. Its something I had kicking around for a while, just an experiment in functional programming in perl really. I recently uploaded an update to it which includes a sub-package full of higher-order functions which might be of interest.


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