R5RS

Revised^5 Report on the Algorithmic Language Scheme. (1998)

http://www.schemers.org/Documents/Standards/


Syntax

lambda, if, set!, cond, and, or, let, letrec, begin, do, delay, quasiquote, let-syntax, letrec-syntax, syntax-rules, define-syntax, define

Procedures

Equivalence

eqv?, eq?, equal?

Numbers

number?, complex?, real?, rational?, integer?, exact?, inexact?

=, <, <=, >, >=, zero?, positive?, negative?, odd?, even?, max, min

+, -, *, /, abs, quotient, remainder, modulo, gcd, lcm

numerator, denominator, floor, ceiling, truncate, round, rationalize

exp, log, sin, cos, tan, asin, acos, atan, sqrt, expt

make-rectangular, make-polar, real-part, imag-part, magnitude, angle

exact->inexact, inexact->exact

number->string, string->number

Other data types

not, boolean?

pair?, cons, car, cdr, set-car!, set-cdr!, list, length, append, reverse, list-tail, list-ref, memq, memv, member, assq, assv, assoc

symbol?, symbol->string, string->symbol

char?, char=?, char<?, char<=?, char>?, char>=?, char-ci=?, char-ci<?, char-ci<=?, char-ci>?, char-ci>=? char-alphabetic?, char-numeric?, char-whitespace?, char-upper-case?, char-lower-case?, char->integer, integer->char, char-upcase, char-downcase

string?, make-string, string, string-length, string-ref, string-set!, string=?, string<?, string<=?, string>?, string>=?, string-ci=?, string-ci<?, string-ci<=?, string-ci>?, string-ci>=?, substring, string-append, string->list, list->string, string-copy, string-fill!

vector?, make-vector, vector, vector-length, vector-ref, vector-set!, vector->list, list->vector, vector-fill!

procedure?, apply, map, for-each, force, call-with-current-continuation, values, call-with-values, dynamic-wind

eval, scheme-report-environment, null-environment, interaction-environment

call-with-input-file, call-with-output-file, input-port?, output-port?, current-input-port, current-output-port, with-input-from-file, with-output-to-file, port?, open-input-file, open-output-file, close-input-port, close-output-port

read, read-char, peek-char, eof-object?, char-ready?

write, display, newline, write-char

load, transcript-off, transcript-on