Version: 4.2.5

Honu

Honu is a family of languages built on top of Scheme. Honu syntax resembles Java. Like Scheme, however, Honu has no fixed syntax, because Honu supports extensibility through macros and a base syntax of H-expressions, which are analogous to S-expressions.

The Honu language currently exists only as a undocumented prototype. Scheme’s parsing and printing of H-expressions is independent of the Honu language, however, so it is documented here.

    1 H-expressions

      1.1 Numbers

      1.2 Identifiers

      1.3 Strings

      1.4 Characters

      1.5 Parentheses, Brackets, and Braces

      1.6 Comments

      1.7 Honu Output Printing