[plt-scheme] Theorem Prover

From: Jens Axel Søgaard (jensaxel at soegaard.net)
Date: Wed Aug 1 07:47:56 EDT 2007

Hi Erich,

> Another question: Has anyone on the list found a smart trick to look in 
> Google for programs implemented in Scheme. Using "mysearchterm Scheme" 
> produces just about anything about mysearchterm, since everyone uses the 
> word "scheme" at one place or another. It seems to me that the name of 
> the programming language wasn't a very wise choice with that respect, 
> but to be fair, who could have anticipated Google and Altavista in the 
> 70s. ;-) I usually add "PLT", "mzscheme", or "R5RS", but always fear I 
> miss some search results.

Search for Scheme file extensions:

   scm, ss, sch

If you use the Google Source Search then add this to beginning
of your query:


Also instead of searching for r5rs search for words you known
to be present in the source. Such as "lambda" and "define"
( -defun makes sure you don't get Common Lisp source).

Jens Axel Søgaard

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