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Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (SICP) is a textbook published in 1985 about general computer programming concepts from MIT press[?] written Massachusetts Institute of Technology professors (Harold Abelson[?] and Gerald Jay Sussman, with Julie Sussman[?]. Now in its second edition (ISBN 0-262-51087-1), it is widely considered a classic.

Using a dialect of the Lisp programming language known as Scheme, the book has been used as the textbook for an introductory course in computer programming for students of computer science at MIT and other schools.

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