DrScheme is an open source integrated development environment for the Scheme programming language which has a graphical user interface. It is a key part of PLT Scheme, which contains a full implementation of R5RS along with significant extensions as well as a big part of R6RS. It is widely used among introductory Computer Science courses that teach Scheme and is lauded for its simplicity and appeal to beginner programmers. The IDE was originally built for use with the TeachScheme! project, an outreach effort by Rice University and a number of affiliated universities for attracting high school students to computer science courses at the college level.
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Apr 08, 2006; Northeastern University issued the following press release: In its recent issue ranking top U.S. graduate schools, U.S. News &...