Closures in Scheme

Update: watch the video

In this series on Scheme: Intro, Basics, Closures.

Here’s a presentation I did recently, on Closures in the Scheme programming language. Closures are the way the environment in which a function was created hangs around with it as long as the function itself exists. They allow many flexible programming styles, and in this presentation I demonstrate how a simple object-oriented class structure can be implemented using closures.

Closures in Scheme

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