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String manipulation egg for chicken scheme.
The s egg aims to provide many convenient procedures for working with strings. Some of these functions are simply wrappers around existing scheme procedures. In the spirit of s.el, such wrappers exist to provide users with a consistent API for quickly and easily manipulating strings in Chicken Scheme without searching documentation across multiple modules.
This library is mostly a reimplementation of the Emacs lisp s.el library. Most of the procedures retain similar functionality to their elisp equivalent. However, this is a scheme library, so functions behave accordingly (e.g., by returning #f rather than nil).
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Copyright (C) 2013 Nicholas M. Van Horn
Original Elisp Library Copyright (C) 2012 Magnar Sveen
Author: Nicholas M. Van Horn email@example.com
Keywords: chicken, scheme, string
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