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Definitions are valid in some, but not all, contexts where expressions are allowed. They are valid only at the top level of a <program> and at the beginning of a <body>.
A definition should have one of the following forms:
<Formals> should be either a sequence of zero or more variables, or a sequence of one or more variables followed by a space-delimited period and another variable (as in a lambda expression). This form is equivalent to
(define <variable> (lambda (<formals>) <body>)).
<Formal> should be a single variable. This form is equivalent to
(define <variable> (lambda <formal> <body>)).
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