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Re: a straight way to testing the own scheme capabilities?

From: maledetto
Subject: Re: a straight way to testing the own scheme capabilities?
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2011 23:12:25 +0100

On Thu, 20 Jan 2011 18:07:17 +0100
Thien-Thi Nguyen <address@hidden> wrote:

> () maledetto <address@hidden>
> () Thu, 20 Jan 2011 17:48:40 +0100
>    my simple intention is to do a straight check how 'fit' i am in
> scheme without studying multiple thick books and their examples.  do
> you have any good hints?
> You can pick some Scheme code out there and read it, with an eye
> on adding comments and posting the diffs to be incorporated upstream.
> This exercise will help you gauge your understanding against that of
> those who maintain the code.  Some positive side effects: code review,
> more comments (at an "appropriate" level), interaction with multiple
> "real world" examples and people.  Caveat: the latter might degenerate
> into a negative experience, people being what they are, but then
> that's life outside the books.

many thanks for the comments. but they rather target at programming
skills and not that at knowledge-about-the-language (call/cc, ,@,
etc.) they also aint the quickest ways ;) aren't there some tests out

maledetto <address@hidden>

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