1.1 Writing MzScheme Extensions
1.2 Embedding MzScheme into a Program
1.3 MzScheme and Threads
2 Values and Types
2.1 Standard Types
2.2 Global Constants
2.3 Library Functions
3 Memory Allocation
3.1 Library Functions
4 Namespaces and Modules
4.1 Library Functions
5.1 Library Functions
6.1 Top-level Evaluation Functions
6.2 Tail Evaluation
6.3 Multiple Values
6.4 Library Functions
7 Exceptions and Escape Continuations
7.1 Temporarily Catching Error Escapes
7.2 Library Functions
8.1 Integration with Threads
8.2 Allowing Thread Switches
8.3 Blocking the Current Thread
8.4 Threads in Embedded MzScheme with Event Loops
8.4.1 Callbacks for Blocked Threads
8.5 Sleeping by Embedded MzScheme
8.6 Library Functions
9.1 Library Functions
10 Bignums, Rationals, and Complex Numbers
10.1 Library Functions
11 Ports and the Filesystem
11.1 Library Functions
12.1 Library Functions
13 Security Guards
13.1 Library Functions
14.1 Library Functions
15 Miscellaneous Utilities
15.1 Library Functions
16 Flags and Hooks
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