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|Developer(s)||David A. Pilo Mansion|
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Pilo Visual Tools for Scheme (Pvts) is a basic interpreter implementation with visualization tools of the Scheme programming language developed at Rollins College. It is written in Java. PVTS contains an interpreter (also known as a read-eval-print loop) as well as three visualization modules: a global environment viewer, a function call viewer, and a data structure viewer.
Pvts has very limited interpreter capabilities. It does not cover the R5RS standard or any other scheme language standard. The purpose of this software is to display graphically Scheme code as an aid for students learning the language.
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