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This section introduces the basics of using and creating Scheme
procedures. It discusses the representation of procedures as just
another kind of Scheme value, and shows how procedure invocation
expressions are constructed. We then explain how
lambda is used
to create new procedures, and conclude by presenting the various
shorthand forms of
define that can be used instead of writing an
14.2.1 Procedures as Values Procedures are values like everything else. 14.2.2 Simple Procedure Invocation How to write a simple procedure invocation. 14.2.3 Creating and Using a New Procedure How to create your own procedures. 14.2.4 Lambda Alternatives Other ways of writing procedure definitions.
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