Scheme is a functional programming language that is a dialect of Lisp. It has a minimalist design with a standard specification and many implementations.

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What benefits do I get from learning Scheme?

I'm a java programmer and I've decided to learn a bit about theoretical computer science. I don't have a degree in that and a little background would help me a lot since I don't know anything other ...
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What should I learn from Scheme?

I was wondering what unique features I can learn from Scheme that would help me become a better programmer? I have a lot experience in mainstream languages, and I am looking to expand my horizons ...
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Is there a canonical tutorial or book on functional programming concepts? [closed]

Coming from a procedural/OO programming background, I tend to write Scheme programs in a procedural fashion. I would be intersted in learning Scheme or Lisp in a functional way from the ground up, to ...