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HELP: A lazy Scheme interpreter

HELP (a lazy Scheme) is a complete and efficient Scheme-like functional lazy Lisp interpreter. It has a 'friendly' interface (parenthesis matcher, auto-indent), uses a full call-by-need semantics and includes many examples, including a symbolic compiler for the 680x0. Efficiency is good and the laziness is fully parametrizable (you may turn Help into a strict Scheme-like language if you like). French AND English updated docs are included in Word4 and plain text formats.

Version: 1.4 (12-JAN-93) Ports: It works only on 68020 (or better) based Macintoshes. System 7.0 compatible. CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Author(s): Thomas Schiex or or C.E.R.T. / DERA 2, Av. E. Belin BP 4025 31055 Toulouse Cedex Tel: (+33) 61-55-70-65 Fax: (+33) 61-55-71-94 Keywords: Authors!Schiex, Help, Interpreters!Scheme, Lazy Scheme, Programming Languages!Scheme, Scheme!Implementations, Scheme!Macintosh References: ?
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