Hm, starting a blog on the University's website. Just thinking that makes me want not to (T_T). Anyway, I wanna introduce myself to those who have time to read this humble blog: I am Lam Luu, a freshman of the U. And since I started going here, I discovered a new passion of mine: Scheme (a dialect of LISP). If you don't understand the last sentence, worry not since 9/10 other people (if not all) people do not understand it anyway.
Hence, I start this humble blog. It has one and only one purpose: to show off power of Scheme. In here, I will implement some of the most famous algorithms and features of other languages to show my friends how this infamous "Lots of Insane Stupid Parentheses" thing can be. Again, I repeat, no language can be more precise, more elegant than Scheme. So, prepare to lament about you little favorite language's ugliness.
Oh, if anyone wants to read codes in Scheme, aware of one thing: due to its preciseness, simplicity, and elegance, Scheme (and Lisp's in general) code is exceedingly dense. If you struggle with any Fortran's descendant, well, you will struggle here.