A definition of an ISWIM-like language via scheme

@article{Ivanovi1993ADO,
  title={A definition of an ISWIM-like language via scheme},
  author={Mirjana Ivanovi{\'c} and Zoran Budimac},
  journal={ACM SIGPLAN Notices},
  year={1993},
  volume={28},
  pages={29-38}
}
A full definition of a purely functional lSWIM-like language is given in the paper. A set of transformation rules for the translation of ISWlM expressions to expressions of a widely accepted Scheme programming language is given. The paper is supported with appropriate examples of equivalent expressions in both languages. 

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