Like AWK, Perl, or any shell, Guile can interpret script files. A Guile script is simply a file of Scheme code with some extra information at the beginning which tells the operating system how to invoke Guile, and then tells Guile how to handle the Scheme code.
|• The Top of a Script File||How to start a Guile script.|
|• The Meta Switch||Passing complex argument lists to Guile from shell scripts.|
|• Command Line Handling||Accessing the command line from a script.|
|• Scripting Examples|