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Scheme is a functional programming language, actually a dialect of Lisp. This tag is for all questions related to the teaching of the Scheme programming language.

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When I started my Computer Science studies, Scheme was the first thing we learned in our first programming course. Almost 8 years later, I ask a friend of mine, and it seems that they are still … teaching Scheme for beginners. Besides the annoying amount of parenthesis, I found Scheme helpful, and I was able to understand important concepts as how interpreted languages work, anonymous functions …
asked Sep 2 '17 by Kenny Barrera