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Pocket Scheme

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Application Name Pocket Scheme
   
Version 1.2.2
   
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License Type Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
   
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Summary
LISP like programming language
   
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Description Welcome to Pocket Scheme, a standards-compliant implementation of the Scheme programming language for the Microsoft Windows CE (aka Windows Mobile) Pocket PC and Handheld PC.

Pocket Scheme gives your PDA a standalone programming capability in Scheme, a dialect of Lisp with exceptionally clear and simple semantics. It supports file creation and manipulation, arithmetic operations of unlimited precision, the complete Unicode character set, data sharing via the Windows clipboard, regular expression matching on character strings, simple TCP client and server networking, scripts written in Scheme, and even direct system calls to the Win32 API.
   
Installation Instructions Copy .cab file to handheld and tap on it to install.
   
Tags programming, language, lisp, scheme
   
Submitted By Rich Hawley
Submitted On 19 March 2014

Comments

Very nice little gem! The file manipulation and TCP socket creation works really nice together. If you want a functional on device programming language, this is the way to go. Pocket Scheme supports Aubrey Jaffer's SLIB portable Scheme library as well. Plenty of documentation and sample code can be found here:

http://www.mazama.net/scheme/pscheme.htm
#1 By netcat on 16 September 2017 at 6:02:36 PM

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