[plt-scheme] looping?

From: Jay McCarthy (jay.mccarthy at gmail.com)
Date: Mon Jun 5 21:35:00 EDT 2006

You can implement what are you looking for with macros and recursion. There
are some existing macros on PLaneT---look at control.plt

In this specific case, a Schemer would probably write:

(let loop ()
 (if (something-is-done)
     (begin (do-something)


On 6/5/06, Mike <mikee at mikee.ath.cx> wrote:
> I know there is intended a lot of recursion for scheme,
> but is there looping? The REPL construct isn't recursive
> (my guess). How do you loop?
> (define *running* #t)
> (while *running*
>   (if (something-is-done)
>     (set! *running* #f)))
> Mike
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