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On Dec 18, 2007 4:10 AM, Sharkie Landshark <shark.fin.soup / mac.com> wrote:

> I am thinking of Stalin Scheme, and that is because I hear it is fast.
> My first programming language is Scheme, and that is still my favorite.
> I like Ruby because I find it similar to Lisp/Scheme -- in a strange
> way.
>

Stalin is great, and all, but it isn't a full Scheme implementation (AFAIK
it's mostly R4RS compatible). It's fast, indeed, but if you're thinking of
enjoying Scheme in its entirety, I don't think it's the best choice.

-- 
Vitor Peres (dodecaphonic)
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