SIOD

If you haven’t seen it before, here is the world’s tiniest (well, maybe) Scheme interpreter, SIOD (it was originally written as a lark, and called Scheme in One Day). It used to be a lot smaller, without things like sockets or MD5 (like Windows, or to be fair, Linux, things have a tendency to grow. “Add a little to a little and you have a lot.”)

You can get some serious work done using SIOD.

(Two really good Scheme repositories are at indiana.edu and cmu.edu).

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