A Scheme program consists of a sequence of expressions. For example, following Scheme program displays "Hello, world!" in the standard output and ends the line.
(display "Hello, world!") (newline)
Two Scheme expressions above are analogous to the following C statements.
printf("Hello, world!"); printf("\n");
Scheme expressions are composed from identifiers, literals, lists, and vectors.
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