This page is for the programming languages I am accustomed to, mainly Scheme. The languages are seen non as science but from a practical viewpoint.
Scheme is a programming language providing extremely clear programming facilities.
With Scheme implemented, the program codes written in Scheme works exactly the same from personal computers to super ones , independent of machine architectures and operating systems.
An introduction to Scheme programming using Mr.Aubrey
Jaffer's SCM(5d1) and SLIB(2c6) as implementation.
I am grateful to the publisher Shuwa System Co. Ltd. who made appear the materials I accumulated while studying the Scheme programming. The book is for those who see Scheme for the first time, or even the programming for the first time.
I have been receiving mails that the book was not
available at bookshops. I found it passed out of print
on asking to the publisher. A publisher can not
dispatch an out-of-print book any more and the book
disappears when the stock at bookshops is exhausted.
I am sorry for it because one of its purposes was to contribute to the diffusion of Scheme. Furthermore, the book was beautifully made. While I recovered the right to publish it as its side effect.
Though some implementation dependent parts of the book are a bit out of date, Scheme itself is not. It is rather increasing its usefulness. So I put the printable files at Dai's Scheme Primer. I am pleased if they are of some use for those who want an introductory documentaton in Japanese. As one of Scheme freaks, I intend to write a new introduction, accounts taken the actual Scheme implementations' status.