In reply to poneil at hushmail.com's flatulent wordings,
> Since the topic is on scheme, I played with it briefly but how do I make
> use of it. Can I compile a function into something that will run by itself.
You can write a script in it and run it through an interpretter like PERL or
shell scripts or you can compile it up into a binary.
> I can't recall a game I downloaded off linuxapps.com once but it had loads
> of scheme files, *.scm that the game used, I suspect the game was written
> in C or something else, how do they call those scm files into there program?
Chances are your C game has an embedded Scheme interpretter (lots of those
around) so you can use Scheme scripts for extension or plain configuration.
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