| Paul Roberts <sakar(a)stelo.uklinux.net> writes:
| > Is Guile usable on its own? I thought it was a library designed to
| > embed the language into other applications.
Guile can be used independently as a Scheme interpreter as well as
an extension library.
Just type "guile" at the prompt, you will get the read-eval-print
To make scripts executable, add this like to the beginning of the
script and do chmod +x
Unlike other scripting languages, guile lets your have command-line
arguments spawn across multiple lines, thats why you have #! and !#
(display "Hello GNU")
Hope this helps
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