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A very important data type in Scheme--as well as in all other Lisp dialects--is the data type list.(8)
This is the short definition of what a list is:
22.2.1 List Read Syntax Writing literal lists. 22.2.2 List Predicates Testing lists. 22.2.3 List Constructors Creating new lists. 22.2.4 List Selection Selecting from lists, getting their length. 22.2.5 Append and Reverse Appending and reversing lists. 22.2.6 List Modification Modifying existing lists. 22.2.7 List Searching Searching for list elements 22.2.8 List Mapping Applying procedures to lists.
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