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6.7.2 Lists

A very important data type in Scheme—as well as in all other Lisp dialects—is the data type list.9

This is the short definition of what a list is:



Strictly speaking, Scheme does not have a real datatype list. Lists are made up of chained pairs, and only exist by definition—a list is a chain of pairs which looks like a list.