Subject: Re: Symbolic algebra package for Scheme?
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 20 Jan 2002 03:25:03 GMT
Newsgroups: comp.lang.scheme,comp.lang.lisp,sci.math
Message-ID: <a2ddaf$542ko$>
Antti Karttunen <> wrote:
| >Could some of the code in xlisp-state and R, the GNU version of
| >S whose language is derived from Scheme, supply some of the
| >routines you seek?
| R and S? (it's hard to find appropriate sites from Google
| or Altavista with these keywords... Reminds me of the time,
| when I was trying to find information about the programming
| language called "M").

As per <URL:>, Google provides
the prefix "+" to force inclusion of "common" or overly-short words,
single digits, or letters, even inside quoted strings (which they call
"phrase searches") Therefore if you search on:

	"programming language +R"
	"programming language +M"

you immediately find many useful hits.


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