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Re: Using Guile as a runtime engine?

From: Marius Vollmer
Subject: Re: Using Guile as a runtime engine?
Date: 26 Feb 2001 10:09:58 +0100
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Emiliano <address@hidden> writes:

> Marius Vollmer wrote:
> > IF this is the case, fear not, as Guile has good support for the
> > procedural style of programming.
> Where can I find more information on that?

The procedural features of Guile are that of Scheme.  Although Scheme
allows a functional style of programming, it doesn't require it.  I
really should have said that Scheme has good support for procedural

In addition, Guile also has an advanced object system, modeled on

The site

has material for learning more about Scheme.

> Call/cc?

`call-with-current-continuation', a nice, mind-boggling feature of
Scheme.  It should also be explained at the site.

If you have further questions about the use of Guile, please use the
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