In article <90hore$9hq$1@abbenay.CS.Berkeley.EDU>,
Brian Harvey <email@example.com> wrote:
| firstname.lastname@example.org (Karl Elvis MacRae) writes:
| >So I need a good book on the topic.
| The Scheme programming language : ANSI Scheme / R. Kent Dybvig. 2nd ed.
| Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall PTR, c1996.
[...many other good recommendations...]
| Apologies to the authors of several other fine books I might have listed,
| but I know when I see a huge long book list I end up not reading any of
| them. :-)
If one is already an experienced programmer the Dybvig book is a good
one (IMHO), but don't forget the "standard" itself: R5RS. It's actually
quite readable (and small!), and is a *very* nice "ready reference" to
keep at hand while you're coming up to speed. Widely available on the
net in various forms (as I recently posted).
Rob Warnock, 31-2-510 email@example.com
Network Engineering http://reality.sgi.com/rpw3/
Silicon Graphics, Inc. Phone: 650-933-1673
1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy. PP-ASEL-IA
Mountain View, CA 94043