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Cookbook BrainStorm

What should a cookbook contain? Add your ideas the list below.

  1. Intro to (PLT) Scheme
    • Link to Sitaram's FixnumDays
    • Philosophy of the cookbook (i.e. mostly PLT, but with an eye on RnRS)
    • How to use the HelpDesk
  2. Scheme Programming Style
  3. Cookbook Recipes for solving common tasks.

-- JensAxelSoegaard - 29 Mar 2004

Other places to look for inspiration include:

-- GordonWeakliem - 30 Mar 2004 I'm very much in favor of emulating the Python and Perl cookbooks The PythonCookbook? also has a TOC at TOC One thing the cookbooks do is show more than one way, discussing tradeoffs. Even for recipies like Getting A Value From A Dictionary that are straightforward, it's useful to have an example. It's nice to be able to index by concept instead of keyword when you don't know the language well.

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