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Can somebody help me with running Scheme?

MIT 6.001 Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Spring 2005
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for instance get doctor racket for windows and you can start writing code. It supports Scheme as well, not that I fond any difference yet.
I would suggest newLISP. It is open source, cross platform and comes with a nice GUI. Although it is not stricly either Scheme or common LISP I have been able to adapt the course examples easily. See:
I second the DrRacket recommendation. Its what I am using and it works great. Just use the #lang planet neil/sicp directive and click run and you are all set.

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Thanks everybody. My problem using Scheme was that every time I wrote some expression or evaluated some expression, instead of simply doing the action the program would instead go like "REPL define XP problem go to z-dr" or any other unintelligible expression. Is Racket supposed to solve this problem?
I do not know about Racket but have just tried out TinyScheme and found it good for running the examples presented in this course. It implements most of R5RS (the Revised5 Report on the Algorithmic Language Scheme), that is standard Scheme. If you want the Edwin editor you should go for mit-scheme, but TinyScheme is enough for me
Racket is interactive, so as soon as you type in some s-expression, and hit enter, it is evaluated. There are some nice demos at YouTube, you may want to check those out.

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