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Sunday, May 14, 2006

A minsky machine to play with

Just for fun, I whipped together a really simple implementation of Minsky machines in Scheme. You can grab it at my .Mac site. It's written in generic scheme, so it should work on any interpreter you want.

I'm a huge fan of two scheme interpreters, and I've tested this code on both, so I'm sure it'll work with them. But it should work on any Scheme interpreter. The two I recommend are:
  1. DrScheme: very powerful scheme system with wonderful tool support.
  2. Gauche: a scheme system for script-type programming. Really a thoroughly fantastic, thorough implementation.
(No insult intended towards other scheme implementations; these just happen to be the two that I like using. )

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