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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Just to set things straight: Scheme and Common Lisp are different languages, or rather different dialects of the same language. They are not "implementation". CLISP is an implementation (of Common Lisp) - a free and good one...

    Scheme has its own free implementations, like PLTScheme.

    Just read through SICP using scheme, and forget about the other things for a while. Once you finish it an feel that what you really want is Common Lisp, it's trivial to switch. The most important thing is to really enjoy the brilliancy of SICP.