Lecture 23: Scheme Memory Model - How Scheme Instructions Synthesize Linked Lists Behind the Scenes and Perform Operations on Them

author: Jerry Cain, Computer Science Department, Stanford University
published: Sept. 7, 2010,   recorded: April 2008,   views: 2903
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Once I get to the Scheme segment, we're going to transition and lighten a little bit and we're not going to be so concerned about trying to master all these new features of language, because I don't want to say we've covered all of paradigms, that's not true. But we've covered a good number of paradigms, and when I teach Python next, I'm going to really just highlight individual things in the language that will get you up and running very quickly and point out where it's imperative and where it's object-oriented and where it's functional, okay? ...

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